Sometimes the only thing you are missing is the ability to run an idea by someone else. Not even that you need them to create the concept, but there is a benefit to talking things out with others. Don’t take the burden on yourself. Outside of feeling restless and overwhelmed, your results may suffer.
The first step to stop feeling restless and unmotivated is to acknowledge something did not go quite as planned.
Whether you set an unrealistic timeline or you face an unforeseen setback, recognize you need to make an adjustment. This allows you to stop holding onto the past so that you can propel into the future.
Feelings of helplessness and hopelessness tend to drain your motivation. You will find success by allowing yourself to make adjustments as you gain additional insights and knowledge. Remember: your past doesn’t dictate your future if you change the actions that have created your past results.
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Written By Undre Griggs Originally Appeared In Lifehack
Feeling restless and unmotivated at times is a part and parcel of life, but if you are constantly feeling like that, then it’s a hint that you need to change a few things. You need to understand the source of the problem and make the necessary changes to your perspective, mindset, and insight. It is only when you work on your present, will you be able to achieve success in the future.