Yesterday was a non-starter. I’m not sure where it came from, but when I came to exercise in the morning, I managed no more than five minutes and when that became a struggle, I stopped.
Today I feel a little better, slightly more motivated. Usually, when I have no motivation I know exactly why. We’re bound to have those, so that’s okay, but perhaps we need to understand our thoughts and how our thoughts drive our emotions more, so we have less ‘slump’ days.
We must take away any negative thinking, so that we can pull ourselves our of the slump and quickly, before a lack of motivation gains momentum and takes a hold. We know there are connections between the mind, our thought process, the body and motivation.
Perhaps you’re looking at a lack of confidence. You’ve tried things, but haven’t succeeded, a lack of focus because you don’t know what you want, a lack of direction because you have no idea of what you want and no direction because of a lack of motivation.