From feeling blessed to feeling “meh” quickly.
Have you lost your motivation lately, Breaker?
‘Yung tipong G na G ka pa nung una when you got accepted sa job na in-apply-an mo, when you reconnected with your hobby, or when you received the BreakThrough na matagal mo nang inintay.
Hindi mo na alam saan ka huhugot ng inspiration kasi maski ‘yung TikTok bad boy look challenge ni crush wala nang spark.
Alam mo, may reasons ‘yan, Breaker, kung bakit ka wala nang gana sa life.
Wala kang gana kasi hindi ka pa moved on sa ex mo.
May solusyon kami diyan.
Eto, oh. Basahin mo.
Sabi ng X-Team in their article 6 Possible Reasons Why You’ve Suddenly Lost Motivation.
Wala kang gana because your “goal overwhelms you.”
Wala kang gana because “you don’t value yourself.”
Wala kang gana because “you don’t have a strong why.”
Kung pagmumunihan mo talaga why you feel unmotivated, true ‘no?
Pero. Pero. Pero.
Hindi ka nag-iisa, Breaker. Normal lang maka-feel nito, okay?
May mga moments talaga na empty ka inside. Kung baga sa sasakyan, naubusan ka na ng gas kaya ayun tumirik ka.
Buti na lang dito sa i Can BreakThrough gas station ka tumirik.
Let’s fill up your gas tank with these BreakThrough tips on how to motivate yourself when you’re feeling “meh.”
BreakThrough tip #1: Reevaluate.
Are you the type, Breaker, who has multiple goals?
Wala namang masama doon pero you need to reevaluate yourself kasi baka you’re doing TOO MANY things all at once.
Mawawalan ka talaga ng motivation.
Ganito na lang isipin mo, Breaker.
Hindi lahat ng opportunity na dadating “yes” ang sagot.
Tignan mo tuloy sa simpleng “yes” mo sa “kanya,” naka-relate ka sa change oil story.
Minsan kasi kailangan mo rin na mag say “no” so that you don’t spread yourself too thin.
Kung trapped ka sa situation na ‘to, “cut the things you focus on,” Productive Club said in their article How to Motivate Yourself: 12 Powerful Tips That Work.
“Chasing too many things can diffuse your focus and lead you astray. What happens if you run after 5 flies planning to squat them all? You will hit none of them. Likewise, aiming for a variety of things can lead to mediocre or bad results overall,” they explained.
Makes sense ‘no?
Sabi pa nila, “If you reduce the number of goals you have to focus on, you channel your energy in the right places. You also notice constant progress both with your level of knowledge and tangible results. These serve as your much-needed source to motivate yourself.”
Kailangan mo ba ng wisdom to do this?
James 1:5 NIV said, “If any of you lacks wisdom, you should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you.”
BreakThrough tip #2: Review.
Kung dati handouts nung college ang nire-review, ngayon helpful na i-review din ‘yung progress na nagawa mo today or this week.
Oh! Ayan ka na naman.
Sasabihin mo na naman, “Ako? May progress? Kulelat nga ako.”
Baka kino-compare mo ‘yung progress mo sa progress ng iba kaya feeling mo kulelat ka pero in reality, hindi naman talaga.
You have a unique path to walk on na wonderfully designed ni God (Jeremiah 29:11) kaya don’t compare yourself to others.
Parang ganito lang ‘yan, eh.
Kung ginawa ka ni God na apple at ‘yung friend mo orange, pipilipitin mo bang maging orange (which is impossible na mangyari) when you have your own vitamins and minerals na needed ng mga tao na wala sa orange?
Apple ka, eh! Embrace it.
Bago ka maging bitter, try mo muna ‘to.
“By making time to sit down, audit outstanding tasks, and acknowledge completion of other tasks, I gain a sense of accomplishment for what I have achieved and clarity about what I still need to do. This is a great way to reduce the sense of overwhelm we can often feel,” sabi ni Dr. Mark Lavercombe in an article 9 Ways to Motivate Yourself to Work When You’re Struggling Mentally by Healthline.
G ka na, Breaker?
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BreakThrough tip #3: Respond.
May challenge kami sa ‘yo, Breaker.
It’s easier to lose motivation kasi kapag sarili mo lang ang iniisip mo.
Why not this time look beyond yourself?
“Think about how your mission will help others, and you’ll tap into a new well of motivation,” Eloise Best said in her article Why We Lose Motivation Once in a While and How to Fix It from Lifehack.
After you look inward, ‘wag kalimutan to look outward.
Hindi natatapos sa ‘yo ang blessing, wisdom, or knowledge na na-receive mo kundi nag-uumpisa ‘yan sa ‘yo so you can share it to others.
It does not have to be necessarily bonggacious, it could be as simple as pagiging generous with your words.
When you know someone needs encouragement or may nag-share sa ‘yo ng good news, how do you respond?
‘Wag mo sayangin ang opportunity na ‘yan to respond in kindness through your words.
Hindi mo alam how you can uplift a person dahil sinabihan mo ng “I know you can do it! Naniniwala ako sa ‘yo” or “I’m celebrating with you! Deserve mo ‘yan after all your hard work” pero dapat sincere, ah.
Kung gusto mo naman bonggacious, puwede rin.
May ka-Breaker kami from Operation Blessing Philippines if you want to help our kababayans in need especially ngayong pandemic.
Hindi mo ‘to pagsisisihan.
‘Yung fulfillment na mararamdan mo after mo mag-help is worth it kaya arat na!
Pansin mo ba na 3 R’s ang BreakThrough tips natin?
May ihahabol pa kaming isang R, Breaker, which stands for Reach Out.
‘Wag mo solohin ang problema.
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We want you to BreakThrough in life!