When a person finds himself as if he were perpetually trapped in an unmotivated rut, it is only natural for one to gather strength from someone else’s words, to listen to wise advice from motivational speakers. Look up and there it will be — the rope connected by words that a person could use to pull himself up from that self-inflicted void.
But in worse cases, when life hits a person really hard, there is no other helping hand other than the ones that are his.
People use ideas or real-life scenarios to inspire themselves to work further. These are the fuel that keeps a man going. Without them, there will be no will to take that next step. There will be no progress.
Motivations can include goals. And goals can be short-term or long-term. Sometimes, they can even be directed toward people. Motivations include desires and hopes that make a person happy. So what happens when a person loses his motivation? He will have an existential crisis. When this happens, it is common to look for a shoulder to lean on. It is natural to listen to the wise words of others. But what if there is no one to talk to? What if a person doesn’t have his “others?” What if motivational speakers are not around?
So what happens when a person loses his motivation? He will have an existential crisis. When this happens, it is common to look for a shoulder to lean on. It is natural to listen to the wise words of others. But what if there is no one to talk to? What if a person doesn’t have his “others?” What if motivational speakers are not around?
The last option is to dive deeper into one’s self. There is a famous quote that goes, “Advice is what we look for when we already know the answers.”
If a person would gather all the strength left in him — regardless of how much or how little there is — that is enough to pull himself upward. Motivational speakers are not gods; they are not heroes, not martyrs, but they are people. And they are just the same as others, made of bones and flesh, with a beating heart and a soul. But what differentiates them from others? They have courage and they have strength. They know that nothing will happen if they let doubts and fears dominate them.
It is the easiest way possible to live, literally and metaphorically. Breathe deeply and feel the world as it goes around. Embracing the reality as it is and mixing it up with little wonders will make life easy. Breathe. This is one of the many things that people take for granted. This action is so natural and common that it has been forgotten.
Look farther to the horizon, gaze at the stars, and think of all the things that are just waiting right at the corner. There is so much more to life than not greeting the things that a person wants. Life is made of so much more.
3.Break up with the past.
Nostalgia gives people the wicked idea that everything else was better in the past. But what is the past? It is dead and it is gone. It is like a pressed flower: alluring and beautiful, yet decomposing and cold. It is always good to look back at the younger times but dwelling so much on this will make a person stagnant and prevent him from growing. So say goodbye to the past and make goals for the future. But do not use the future as an escape from the present. Live in the moment and make the best memories.
4.Silence everything and what will be heard?
A man’s own voice. A voice so powerful that it can transform and manoeuver the world. If that voice is still alive, then there is still hope. That voice is a man’s very own motivational speaker.