Stay Inspired does not mean to work hard with enthusiasm everyday. Following the same routine day by day and boredom go hand in hand. It’s very difficult to stay inspired and improve yourself while you live your daily life. Most of us have become robotic machines who work monotonously without being aware of how to live life. So, motivation and inspiration is important.
How to Stay Inspired Creatively
- Refresh Your Work-space: A tidy work-space is key to feeling relaxed and ready to take on your tasks. Dump the clutter, purge old files and simplify your space. Try adding a few items that inspire you – that perfect photo from vacation, or maybe a favorite mug for pens.
- Make A List: Identify your top three priorities for the day – then do them. Try organizing your tasks by production time. Completing simpler tasks earlier in the day will allow you to devote maximum time to the big projects.
- Prove Yourself Wrong: Try doing something that you have otherwise assumed you couldn’t. You are bound to learn a thing or two. We are all guilty of thinking “I can’t do ____”. Recharge yourself by trying something now; who knows what door will open because you put forth an effort.
- Take A Breather: Adapt the 50/10 ratio method for your workflow. To maximize attention span and creativity, commit 50 solid minutes to a project, and then take a 10 minute diversion – try working on a quick project, catching up on e-mail or taking a walk around the office. Those 10 will do wonders for the following 50.
- Reflect Daily: At the end of your day, sit back and review your task list. Check off the projects you accomplished and set your goals for the following day. Taking 10 minutes at the end of your day to reflect will provide you with awareness of your current project status as well as confidence in your workflow.
Quotes about Achieving Dreams in Life
Pay attention to the things you are naturally drawn to. They are often connected to your path, passion, and purpose in life. Dealing with any of our life’s difficulties is not a battle to fight. Instead, we must learn how to make friends with our hardships and challenges. They are there to help us; they are natural opportunities for deeper understanding and transformation, bringing us more joy and peace as we learn to work with them.
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