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6 Ways to Stay Motivated This Summer 141 views. 0 comments. Summer is finally here! In Canada, we cherish these long-awaited months as they seem to go by faster and faster each year. We can’t wait to spend time outdoors, on the water, or just plain relaxing – or all three! No matter what part of the country you live in, we Canadians love.

Here are a few ways to stay motivated during the sweet summertime months when all of that work still needs to get done Give more time to strategic thinking and professional development. Go sit outside with a pen and a notebook and think big thoughts under a shady tree. Or read a non-fiction book with your feet in the grass. Here are six ways to get your motivation back and conquer your summer fitness goals: Sneak your workouts into your other activities.

If you know you should be working out, but you are in the middle of a really intense TV marathon, you can still make it work by planning a commercial break workout. Every commercial break, do a different exercise. Whether it’s the summer heat, the creeping envy of coworkers on vacation, or just the call of the outdoors, staying motivated and productive this time of year can be a challenge. Here are 5 ways to beat the summer blahs, stay focused, and enjoy your work more.

Set goals for yourself. It’s as easy as that. Sign in to comment to your favorite stories, participate in your community and interact with your friends. If you feel like every single day you want to crawl in to your bed and disappear from the world. You need to be motivated.

Without any motivation,any task you do will be hard as you will struggle from that lack of an extra push that you need. Now I will give you tips on staying motivated. 6 Tips to Stay Cool This Summer Without an Air Conditioner. By Essex.

August 18, 2020. Summers on the West Coast mean lots of beach time, an active outdoor lifestyle, and plenty of sunshine. Although the weather is generally mild, there are occasional heat waves that can make temperatures uncomfortable. Whether you’re only months from November exams, or only just starting out here are 6 ways to stay motivated during the IB.

Know your goals to stay motivated. 1. Have a goal and stick to it. Researchers at Britain’s University of Essex say gazing at seasonal blooms for just two minutes can stimulate your brain’s frontal lobe, increasing its release of energizing beta waves and helping you feel 35 percent more focused, clear-headed, and sharp for two hours.. Relaxing under a tree ends GI upsets. You’re twice as likely to feel bloated and queasy on ho.

7 Ways To Stay Motivated & Productive During the Summer At Work Last Updated on 24 July, 2020 by Elizabeth Harrin Once the weather starts to change and temperatures start to heat up, project managers from all industries start to have something in common: it’s hard to stay motivated on your project when you’d rather be outside!

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#4 Make old habitless motivating.** (Motivation and Ability) worked.

“Tiny Habits: The Small Changes That Change Everything” by B. J. Fogg
from Tiny Habits: The Small Changes That Change Everything
by B. J. Fogg
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2019

The first is to motivate yourself by thinking about future rewards.

“The Mind Illuminated: A Complete Meditation Guide Integrating Buddhist Wisdom and Brain Science for Greater Mindfulness” by John Yates, Matthew Immergut, Jeremy Graves
from The Mind Illuminated: A Complete Meditation Guide Integrating Buddhist Wisdom and Brain Science for Greater Mindfulness
by John Yates, Matthew Immergut, Jeremy Graves
Atria Books, 2017

In Section Two, “Motivate Yourself for Success,” I will share the secrets of highly motivated people.

“Instant Confidence: The Power to Go for Anything you Want” by Paul McKenna, Ph.D.
from Instant Confidence: The Power to Go for Anything you Want
by Paul McKenna, Ph.D.
Hay House, 2016

Another approach to lifting motivation on this list is the tough love approach.

“Coaching Athletes to Be Their Best: Motivational Interviewing in Sports” by Stephen Rollnick, Jonathan Fader, Jeff Breckon, Theresa B. Moyers
from Coaching Athletes to Be Their Best: Motivational Interviewing in Sports
by Stephen Rollnick, Jonathan Fader, et. al.
Guilford Publications, 2019

100 Ways to Motivate Yourself: Change Your Life Forever, Revised Edition.

“Effective Police Supervision: -” by Harry W. More, Larry S. Miller
from Effective Police Supervision: –
by Harry W. More, Larry S. Miller
Elsevier Science, 2010

100 Ways to Motivate Yourself will help you break through the negative barriers and banish the pessimistic thoughts that are preventing you from fulfilling your lifelong goals and dreams.

“100 Ways to Motivate Yourself: Change Your Life Forever” by Steve Chandler
from 100 Ways to Motivate Yourself: Change Your Life Forever
by Steve Chandler
ReadHowYouWant.com, Limited, 2008

3.Motivating yourself.

“The Complete Book of Intelligence Tests: 500 Exercises to Improve, Upgrade and Enhance Your Mind Strength” by Philip Carter
from The Complete Book of Intelligence Tests: 500 Exercises to Improve, Upgrade and Enhance Your Mind Strength
by Philip Carter
Wiley, 2009

Four: Concentrate your energy and intensity without distraction on the successful completion of your current, most important project.

“The Tale of the Tardy Oxcart” by Charles R. Swindoll
from The Tale of the Tardy Oxcart
by Charles R. Swindoll
Thomas Nelson, 1998

The actual exercise of creating motivation ideas will occur later (Step 6).

“Motivational Design for Learning and Performance: The ARCS Model Approach” by John M. Keller
from Motivational Design for Learning and Performance: The ARCS Model Approach
by John M. Keller
Springer US, 2009

In Step 3, remind yourself that in addition to a growth mindset the other major key to achievement is grit—perseverance and passion in pursuing long-term goals (Chapter 1).

“Psychology in Action” by Karen Huffman, Katherine Dowdell, Catherine A. Sanderson
from Psychology in Action
by Karen Huffman, Katherine Dowdell, Catherine A. Sanderson
Wiley, 2017

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  • Yeah but I constantly feel like I’m not doing enough so what’s the point. I know that’s stupid and I’ll never get anywhere with that mentality but I can’t help a feeling.

  • Could you film some videos through your whole college application process? (For example To which colleges do want to apply? ) Etc.:)
    That would be great!

  • wow y’all have it so easy
    i don’t get my books until like a couple of weeks before school starts and we don’t know which topics we are studying until the school year starts
    we don’t get a syllabus so that we know what we are doing, our teachers just start giving us random assignments, school work and tests during the year
    we have no way of communicating with our teachers unless they are at school and all of them work at different schools so they are not in my school everyday
    i mean, y’all have some hard things we don’t but it’s so much easier to organise yourselves with that education

    edit: oh and we also don’t get to choose even one of our classes, we all have the same ones and we spend the entire day in 1 classroom

  • You’re in IB right? I’m going into IB2 next year and I’m struggling so much with my EE and other summer homework:(( hopefully this video will help me be more motivated

  • @studyign what is your push? what keeps u motivated like what drives you to keep studying? pleaseee answer this is need help. I tried watching ur how to get motivated video but I didn’t get an answer

  • Where are those stickers and posters from….i really want to get posters like that but i can find any good ones. Those are beautiful.

  • I’m in cyber school (have been for 3 years) but last year when learning geometry I really didn’t learn because I can’t learn online but I can learn with khan academy so Im going to try to learn a whole 9 month course of math over 1 1/2 months in the summer:) i feel like dying

  • Thank you for reminding people to research mission trips in depth! It’s definitely complicated ethically so it’s important to go on programs that really service others instead of harming them or taking away work opportunities that could go to local professionals.

  • This will probably be my routine:

    11:30 get out of bed
    12:00 breakfast and get ready
    12:30 start studying
    3:30night free time
    Read in bed!

  • I’m pre-vet and spending the summer interning in animal care at a zoo and working at a country club. Not too much down time, but I try to make the most of what I have! Thanks for the awesome videos!

  • Hello, how to u spilt the revision and the stuff u will learn the next grade? I am very overwhelmed with the stuff I have to do, my dad is like here are some worksheets and review everything and my mom on the other hand. She’s saying you need to learn new things. I AM SOOOOOO CONFUSED

  • I was just studying and was really bored and unmotivated. This video is perfect timing! Also I know I’m late because I’ve been studying for hours without my phone so I didn’t see the video ��

  • I have a clinical research position, where I also am shadowing some of the physicians where I work. I am also learning how to cook, working out, and planning out the next year for our TEDx club which I am the President of!

  • Ty for posting a lot of tips it has helped me a lot with school and just THANK YOU SOOOOOOOOO MUCH love all of your videos and keep it up ❤️⭐️

  • Can u pls bring back ur 7 days of upload series…..I love them a lot and happy summers to all��
    Here are some video ideas
    a day in my life
    vlogsss
    challenges
    q/a or facts about me
    assumptions about me
    what I eat in a day
    what I eat in a day