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    Motivation at Work Place

    Are you also one of those who find motivation rather elusive? Whether it is working in office, or at home, staying motivated can be sometimes challenging, especially with an 8-hour work day. You may find yourself staring at your computer screen surrounded by hundreds of tasks you need to complete with crucial deadlines hanging over your head. So, it is up to you to figure out what motivates you and style your work around it.

    Here are a few tips that can help

    1. Set smaller goals

    Establish achievable and SMART (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, Time-bound) goals. It's fine to have long-term goals for larger plans, but breaking them down into smaller objectives can make it easier to accomplish your overall targets. These smaller goals could be daily or even hourly targets, helping you focus on manageable tasks and ultimately progress toward your larger goal. This approach fosters a continuous sense of accomplishment and motivates you to achieve.

    2. Manage your time

    Schedule your time and make to-do lists. Allocate your tasks according to how long it will take to get it done. You will know what tasks are time consuming and can plan your hours according to that. This will give you an idea of what is priority and what is less important and will help you manage your time responsibly. Deciding your priorities well is very critical to time management.

    3. Reward yourself

    Getting through your tasks in an already long day can be exhausting. So, give yourself something to look forward to at the end of your tasks. It can be a cup of coffee you have been craving for a while, or a pair of shoes you have had your eye on. Whatever you feel that will help you get through an overwhelming amount of work. This will give you a sense of direction and productivity when completing your tasks, and it can help to do the same for your colleagues as well. Celebrate their wins. Acknowledging even the small things can go a long way in keeping yourself motivated.

    4. Step outside your comfort zone

    Sometimes a lack of motivation can come from monotony. Following the same routine and doing the same tasks everyday can be really draining. Try and step outside your comfort zone and do something different. Something you would not usually find yourself doing often or at all. You might even appreciate a new challenge.

    Motivation is a crucial factor that plays a role in your performance and productivity at work. It helps keep you focused and passionate about what you do. However, keeping yourself motivated is a personal and individual effort. Trying out these helpful tips will boost your productivity and enhance passion in what you do.

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