Very interesting and good question.
The answer from my point of view is "You won't get bored when you do things that you love"
Somedays it would be bitter but somedays it would be better.
The one thing that always motivate me to work is myself, Winning myself daily gives me an motto to work.
Exploring new ideas and challenging myself to outstand in all the projects keeps me motivated.
Hope you will be rocking , and "All the best" for your everyday steps. Face the challenges with smile and motivated.
Firstly, everyone may have some up and down. Sometimes, we may feel tired, anxiety, desperate, etc.
We make sure to have enough time to rest , relax and exercise. In the daily schedule, we have to assign some time to sleep. Try to do some exercise in the morning. If not, do exercise in other time of the day is also fine.
Have some time for your leisure, e.g. your hobbies, gathering with friends and family, etc.
You do not need to feel up your schedule. Keep some 'Me' time for relax and reflection as well.
Hope this helps! Good Luck!
I stay motivated by revisiting my goals/objectives and writing out my related tasks for the day. It's a reminder of the purpose of my assignments.
I love working with people so I prefer roles that are collaborative and enaging with colleagues of various expertise and backgrounds. I find the environment is supportive especially when there are challenges. Having a mentor, a friend or close colleague offers extra support to discuss work dynamics, assess what you learn from tough encounters, and how to move forward.
Assess the types of environments where you do your best and feel your best. Strive to work in places that align with your happiness. On challenging days, you will find those experiences help you grow rather than deplete you.
Take time for yourself each day. I love mediation which I do every night before bedtime. I also listen to motivating audio books and/or podcasts while commuting or taking a leisure walk. I hydrate regularly, remember to breathe, and integrate some level of fun for laughter each day.
Best wishes, Lucas!
Most jobs fall somewhere in between. It's rare to find a job that is the perfect fit for your style. Just try to answer the question for yourself and then put yourself in the best position to have that workstyle.
When it comes to bringing energy to my team on a everyday basis I make it as high and intense as I can. I truly love my job, my team and the customers we serve which makes it all the more easier to bring excitement. There are times where working with some people may be challenging and difficult however I feel if you can find the opportunity to turn this into a positive learning experience for all involved you have a true win situation. What motivates me is my children, my co-workers and customers who put the smile on my face everyday.
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Dr. Fola’s Answer
Passion and the impact that the work I do with my team daily has on the stakeholders we support and ultimately, the business.
Do you keep your energy high or low, when it comes to working with others are you sometimes depleted?:
It depends largely on your personality, people you interact/work with, and the environment you operate in. For me, I enjoy working with others and this is very essential for me as a leader in the business. I have a team to manage and stakeholders to support. To be successful in that role, I apply a lot of emotional intelligence to every engagement I have with others. Sometimes, my energy level is high based on the environment and people I am interacting with and at other times, the level is low for the same reason. For example, when I am trying to motivate team members or push a position forward, I show a lot of excitement. On the flip side, if I am dealing with difficult/challenging situations, I show a lot of restrain and empathy.
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I'm a mechanical engineer who works in personal safety(designing firefighting equipment). I stay motivated by keeping my eye on the overall benefit of my work to the world. It's very easy to get lost in the day to day irritations of work, but if I start to feel frustrated or unmotivated, I take a step back and remember WHY I do what I do.
I've worked in sectors that aren't as rewarding and it simply wasn't enough to keep me motivated and fulfilled. I've groomed my career into something that's meaningful to me. This is one of the first pieces of advice I give when people ask about career choices. Do something that is meaningful to you and that will make you happy. From meaning and passion will come motivation.