6 Simple Ways To Motivate Yourself In Difficult Times

I do, I struggle with that.

We can’t live without fast food or mobile. We are too lazy and too unproductive. We love to enjoy, be it in eating, watching movies, or playing games.

We are being brought up in a society that stresses competition. We are also experiencing a lot of stress and anxiety in our lives. Because of this, we are facing a situation in which we find it difficult to be satisfied and content at times.

People with problems like emotional conflicts and financial insufficiency can have a hard time dealing with these issues and can thus experience stress.

In some people, while a sound emotional support helps a lot, however for the ones who are not very expressive, difficult times can seriously pose a threat to their physical and mental well being.

6 Ways to Motivate Yourself in Difficult Times

In such difficult times, being inspired to achieve a higher level is important. Self motivation and nurturing yourself are essential. Success and happiness always follow.

Here are some ways to motivate yourself when times are tough.

1. Know that ‘This too shall pass’

There is no such thing as something that can never be improved.

The challenges that you face every time you open your mouth, will eventually become a thing of the past. Every individual has their own share of challenges and tribulations. The more we experience the more we become.

If you can’t control your circumstances, then don’t control your circumstances. You are the master of your attitude, and if you are not happy with the way your situation is going, then change your situation.

2. Create A Purpose

The world is filled with people who are going through the same hardships as you. You are going to get through them, for even though you are young, you have already grown far away from them. You shouldn’t be worried about those problems.

The best thing you can spend your time doing is to think about your next work session. The most valuable gift you can give yourself is to treat your work like prayer rather than drudgery.

3. Take A Break from Your Worries

I’m busy with my own business so I have no time for that. I’m never at a break for the weekend. It’s too cold to go to the beach. I can’t use a vehicle because I’m using a bike.

Go camping with your friends or spend a few days by yourself. You can even go to nearby destinations.

There is no such thing at home or anywhere else. Think only for the betterment of your family, friends and surroundings. Be happy and be the same on home, office, campus, and any other places.

4. Surround Yourself With People Who Care

Family and friends are a major source of support for most people. Support from friends can be more important than family support.

Think about yourself. People tend to doubt themselves so take care of your self-esteem. Talk through your problems with a friend or close relative. When you share your concerns with a friend, he/she will understand all that is going on, which is extremely important to your recovery.

If you are away from family and friends, make call and speak to them often. Meet up friends and indulge in light conversations. Motivation is contagious and the moment you interact with individuals who are cheerful and upbeat, you will catch the vibe too.

5. Love Yourself

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Friday, March 27, 2011

(Yahudi) On Friday, I came across this amazing photo by photographer Joshua Lutz. It was captured on June 26, 2010, and shows a young boy playing with a toy car. I just loved the way it was shot. It has a certain magic in it. I wish I could get the same magic out of my photos.

I don’t think I can do justice to the beauty of this picture. Here are some of my favorite shots from this post.

If you can, celebrate small achievements every day. You can make a difference in your life by acknowledging small accomplishments. Remember that there will always be people ahead of you, and you are not competing with them. Just focus on your own journey and keep moving forward.

6. Pursue A Passion

If I want to pursue a creative habit, it would create concentration and bring peace. It’s the best way to motivate myself.

Anxiety about a problem will make you think more about it. Once you are dwelling on a problem, you will never be able to find a solution. So, do not think more about your problem. Try to solve it right away.

You have a great way of thinking and you believe you can achieve anything in life, I think you should do it! I know many people who decided to travel the world and they were able to do it because they have that “I can do this!” attitude. No matter how hard it is to achieve, people who can do things don’t give up and don’t get sick of it.
As a writer, you can do it!

This allows you to have more time to spend on creating, for the benefit of your art.


Life is easier for those who are patient and have faith.

Accept yourself completely. When you accept yourself, your life becomes even richer. If you have negative feelings about yourself, it’s like you are trying to escape from your self. You are holding yourself back. You have to acknowledge your shortcomings. You have to feel your pain. You have to understand what it is like to be a victim.

Life is not a bed of roses for anyone, even for the most fortunate. In fact, some people even have no roses in their lives.

Difficult times, make you braver and stronger. Equip yourself and sail through these difficult times until you regain peace and harmony back back in life.

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