10 Steps To Getting Your Inspiration Back – Even When You’re Burnt Out, Cranky, and Would Rather Crawl Back Into Bed

Style: "Agfa"10 Steps To Getting Your Inspiration Back – Even When You’re Burnt Out, Cranky, and Would Rather Crawl Back Into Bed

If you’ve ever felt de-motivated and uninspired to make progress on your goals, listen to this episode. We cover 10 different steps you can take to feel excited again. You’ll learn how to get back to your “why” (or how to create one), the best types of things to surround yourself with, how you can get accountability, how to have conversations with people you admire, and more. This is a quick listen, but it packs a lot of useful content. Enjoy!

Show Notes:

Step 1: Go back to your “why.”

a) What are your values? How is this project aligned with them?

b) What will this mean to you?

Step 2: Realize you won’t feel motivated every day.

Resource mentioned:
The Woman Code by Alisa Vitti.

Step 3: Feed Yourself a diet of motivation.

Resources mentioned:

Subscribe to A Better Life.
The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod.
Meetup.com.

Step 4: Take small, consistent actions every day.

Step 5 : Have “conversations” with people who have done things that you admire.

Step 6 : Look in to your energy levels.

Resources mentioned:

Waterlogged (app)
Athletic Greens (the greens powder I use)
Ginny Johnson (nutritionist)

Step 7: Work less.

Resources mentioned:

Tim Ferriss
MyFancyHands (virtual assistant service)
Fiverr

Step 8: Work in blocks of time.

Resources mentioned:

My favorite productivity tool

Step 9: Work in surroundings that feel good to you.

Step 10 : Set up accountability.

Resources mentioned:

StickK
LIFT (app)

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