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* Drink a glass of water.
One glass of water won’t be a sufficient amount for a body that is more than mildly dehydrated.
Take 15 minutes to sit in silence and focus on nothing.
* Generate a anxiety box.
Jot down all of your doubts on a sheet(s) of paper and put the sheet(s) of paper into the box, and store it away on a lofty shelf nearby. Prompt yourself that you don’t have to agonize about anything right now because you’ve placed your worries in that box.
* Bare your mind with free writing.
Write your feelings down (don’t worry about making them neat or systematic, just jot them out). In due course you will guide your mind to focus on the undertaking at hand and let go of needless random views.
* Journal your journey.
Note down down your achievements, innovate ways to overcome obstacles, and document solutions that worked for you. When you feel in need of motivation, go back and glance at a few pages and let it inspire you! It’s easy to overlook how good a certain achievement made you feel at the time, and this is a good way to remind yourself that you are capable of more than you comprehend.
* Swig some tea or coffee.
It has proven to be a mental stimulator unless you have a condition that is aggravated by caffeine. Try to avoid adding sugar, or drinking those sugar-loaded caffeinated beverages. Too much sugar can put you in a worse spot than you started in.
* Fuel your body.
Start the day with a nourishing breakfast. Stick with lean protein and high-fiber complex carbohydrates, vegetables and fruit, along with limited amounts of healthy fats. All through the day eat small meals and refreshments. This will help keep your blood sugar level more steady – which can give you the endurance to keep moving forward!
* Take a break.
Nothing results in burnout faster than pushing yourself too hard,too often, for too long! If you’ve been burning the midnight oil too often, take some time off. Even a few hours of recreation and fun will be more valuable than any motivational techniques.
* Take a nap.
If you’re feeling sleepy and can’t concentrate, allow 15-30 minutes of nap. Apart from renewing your physical energy, it can improve your concentration so you’ll get more done in less time.
* Smell something nice.
Aromatherapy is a good way to stimulate your mind and body, or simply create pleasant feelings associated with scents. Inhale peppermint, rosemary, cinnamon, lemon, or orange by putting a few drops onto a handkerchief when you need a little stimulation.