How to Stay Motivated and Energized in
the way it’s supposed to be, it is the way it is. The way you
cope with it is
what makes the difference.” -Virginia Satir
Pain in life is inevitable; misery is
optional…Annoying situations and people are
inevitable; giving away your power to them is optional…Being
inevitable; feeling overwhelmed, taking work home with you, and staying
optional…It’s always a choice…
Now more than ever, we need practical
techniques on how to
stay focused and not make things any
worse than they already are. We also have to focus on what we can
control and ask ourselves, “What can I do that’s
under my control to
make things better?”
Members of your workforce will:
self-created stress and the habit of blowing things out of proportion.
Spend more time being creative and productive and less time feeling
yourself out of harmful reaction spirals and incorporate quick
the expenditure of energy on future events and the things they
Boost your professional productivity and personal happiness.
Decrease complaining and negativity and increase teamwork.
Stay in control of your own emotions.
Stop “dramatizing the deadlines.”
Channel the energy that is wasted worrying and use it to create the
circumstances you desire.
Become more effective and productive by focusing on things they can
your life with greater wisdom and restraint.
Assume personal responsibility for the things and situations they
Express gratitude for what you have instead of disappointment over what
is perceived to be lacking.
more easily with workloads, expectations and the daily dramas that
cause stress and burnout.