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What kind of goals (etc.) do you have the most trouble staying motivated for? What are the easiest?
How do you handle projects or goals for which you have difficulty getting or staying motivated? What kinds of projects or goals are the easiest to maintain a high level of motivation for?
It varies over time, and I've moved through a lot of barriers and become motivated to do difficult things. The key, for me, is to look at both motivators and de-motivators. I focus on the motivators by writing affirmations and reading them aloud every day. I heal the demotivators (usually fears) by acknowledging them. There's a great tool for that in The Artists Way called "Blasting Through Blocks."
When I was very ill, I worked strongly on becoming healthy, but was blocked on writing. When I got closer to health, it was easy to write, but hard to go back and do the things that keep me healthy. I kept at both, though, and I've reached a place where I can stay healthy with fun exercise, so, for the first time in years, most everything is pretty fun and easy.
But it took a lot of hard work to get here!
The easiest goals have fewer steps and area close to reach. The ones that I find difficult to remain motivated for are the goals I don't see even close in my future.
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