Motivation Journal Boxset (Bullet Journal (BUJO), Lined, Blank Motivational Journals)
We are excited to present to you our Motivation Journal Boxset (Bullet Journal (BUJO), Lined, Blank Motivational Journals), which we have designed to help you tackle your dreaded motivational problems.
Motivational journaling is a good way to get yourself fired up by the burning passion and desire inside you to do better. As you journal, you may find yourself getting more and more motivated to do well, and focus on your tasks at hand. Journaling is a convenient and easy way to inspire yourself to face your daily grind and tasks.
Do you ever look at your “to-do” list and wonder how you are going to get it all done? Do you have more and more workdays wasted because you lack the motivation to get anything done?
Many people have a hard time finding motivation, especially if they have to tackle tasks that they don’t particularly enjoy. But you can stockpile your motivation to keep you going so you can get through your to-do list faster than ever!
The problem with motivation is that you are either motivated or not; there isn’t much of a middle ground. All hope is not lost, even if you feel like motivation is something that has long since been missing in your life. Apart from motivational journaling, you can also try the following methods to motivate yourself.
The first thing you need to do to get motivated is to find someone who has the motivational qualities you desire for yourself. It could be a family member, friend, colleague, or someone special in your life. Model yourself after this individual and consider chatting with them about their passion and motivation. When you talk to this person, tell him or her that you’d love to learn their motivation secrets. You may find that having this conversation with your role model will help to inspire you into action. We all can use some personal support, so step outside of your comfort zone and give this a try!
Relaxation can also help you get moving, as strange as it may seem! Many people find that creativity and inspiration go out the window when they are stressed out or under immense pressure. This is also true if you are lacking sleep or are working long hours without a break.
Take a mental vacation if you find that high amounts of stress are zapping you of your motivation. Go shopping for a couple of hours, read a book, go for a nature walk, or call a friend. Taking a break may seem like the wrong thing to do, but your motivation will likely come back when the pressure is gone.
When you lack motivation, you may find that you may simply need to clean the house! This may involve cleaning your desk or completely clearing your mind of negative thoughts. Some people thrive in chaos, but most of us work better when our minds and our spaces are free of clutter. Relax for a few hours, clean off your desk, and come back to the task at hand. You just might find your motivation there, waiting for you!
Motivational affirmations are another great way to get motivated when you need it the most. A positive statement such as, “I am my intrinsic motivator,” or “I use my energy to live my life to the fullest,” just might be the spark that you need to find inspiration.
These statements will positively reprogram your mind. Doing so will help you find motivation in times of self-doubt or procrastination. Give it a good old-fashioned try; you just might be surprised by the results!
Now, back to our Motivation Journal Boxset (Bullet Journal (BUJO), Lined, Blank Motivational Journals)…
Inside Your Motivational Journal Boxset (BUJO, Lined, Blank):
We have designed the Motivational Journal in 3 different styles. You will receive the following:
- a set of beautiful summer-themed Motivational Journal Covers, in 2 different designs (2 PDF documents comprising the 2 designs)
- a collection of beautiful summer-themed Motivational Journal Belongs To Page, in 2 different designs (2 PDF documents containing the 2 designs)
- a Motivational Journal, comprising of Dot Grid Paper, for those of you who prefer to write on dot grid paper, or are into bullet journaling (BUJO) (1 PDF document containing 198 journaling pages)
- a Motivational Journal, comprising of Lined Paper, for those of you who prefer to write on lines (1 PDF document containing 198 journaling pages)
- a Motivational Journal, consisting of Blank Sheets (these are not entirely blank of course, there are either quotes or boxes for notes on the “blank” paper) (1 PDF document containing 141 journaling pages)
- a set of Motivational Cards (with words associated with motivation that you can use as motivational prompts) you can print off on cardstock to make motivational cards to keep in your journals, planners or notebooks; or print off on sticker paper to make stickers you can stick on your journals, planners or notebooks (1 PDF document containing 36 motivational words in all).
All the above come in PDF digital downloads. You can print them off in the comfort of your home on your home printer. You will not be receiving physical copies of the above.
Take A Peep Inside Your Beautiful Motivation Journal Boxset (BUJO, Lined, Blank)
Here’s a peep at the bullet journal (BUJO) style motivation journal:
Here’s a peep at the lined motivation journal:
Here’s a peep at the blank motivation journal:
What are you waiting for? Grab your Motivation Journal Boxset (BUJO, Lined, Blank) now!
Before You Go, Here Are 14 Intrinsic Motivation Secrets For Making Everything Better…
Scientists, teachers, and business leaders have spent a lot of time trying to find more effective ways to motivate people. However, one thing is sure. Intrinsic motivation works better than external pressure.
Take a look at how to tap into inner sources of inspiration and where to apply them.
How to Use Intrinsic Motivation
1. Ask questions. Ask yourself what you would do if you were not getting paid or receiving any direct compensation. Think about the activities that spark your interest and provide gratification.
2. Set meaningful goals. This line of questioning can help you identify your purpose. With your objectives in mind, you can set priorities and focus on what’s important.
3. Challenge yourself. Aim for ambitious targets, without being impossible. Tasks that are too easy tend to become boring. On the other hand, it’s challenging to pursue a dream that seems too far out of reach.
4. Give yourself choices. We all like to feel some sense of control. Build a degree of flexibility in your plans. If you’re trying to practice your French, you may want to watch a foreign movie on the days you get tired of grammar drills.
5. Search for relevance. Even the most tedious tasks become more meaningful if you can relate them to your values. Pulling up weeds in your backyard reinforces your patience.
6. Stimulate your curiosity. Fire yourself up by taking a fresh look at your surroundings. Spend time outdoors appreciating nature. Spend time playing with your children and pets. Ask a librarian to suggest books about a topic you’ve been curious about.
7. Accept impurities. Experts debate whether or not human motivation can be entirely intrinsic. Even if you secretly want a little public recognition, it’s still valuable to take pleasure in virtuous actions for their own sake.
8. Limit material rewards. Studies show that external payoffs can make things less appealing, even if we liked doing them in the first place. Delight in supporting a fundraiser for your local animal shelter, regardless of whether you win a raffle prize. While material rewards are sweet, the internal reward is what counts.
9. Provide information. Then again, a recent study found that causal information is an effective reward. Boost your motivation by digging up more information about a project. Practical data has the biggest impact.
Where to Apply Intrinsic Motivation
1. Focus on learning. Many teachers and parents struggle to get kids interested in learning, as opposed to just getting good grades. As an adult, you can attend museum lectures, read classic novels, and conduct your science experiments without worrying about final exams.
2. Forget about payday. Make a list of the benefits your job provides that go beyond your salary, benefits, and medical insurance plan. Post it somewhere where you can see it and remind yourself of why you chose your line of work.
3. Get a hobby. Put your leisure time to good use. Pursue your interests and cultivate your creativity. You may discover more about yourself while you’re playing the violin or tending to your vegetable garden.
4. Think about others. Transform your relationships by emphasizing what you can give to others. Be willing to let your other half win an argument. Switch shifts with a coworker when she needs to take the afternoon off. They’ll be more likely to return the favor.
5. Value yourself. Consider how everything you do contributes to your self-esteem. Choose actions that honor your true worth.
Looking inside yourself for encouragement will make you feel happier and more accomplished. Rely on intrinsic motivation to move ahead in life.
Stay motivated via the simple act of motivational journaling now…