‘You can't get much done in life if you only work on the days when you feel good.’ Jerry West
This is an excellent starting point when looking at the motivational forces within life. The truth is that everything comes down to attitude of mind. If you arise in the morning feeling bleary and deflated there is a strong chance that you will coast through the day and achieve very little, procrastinating at the thought of every task and devaluing its importance. We need to appreciate that by dealing with things quickly we free up our time to do more enjoyable tasks and achieve our goals.
The challenge here is to switch to a positive mindset and plan your day to include all the necessary tasks. Once achieved you will probably discover that your body automatically kicks its apathy aside and you will be surprised by what you do achieve. This in turn generates the feel good factor reinforcing the basic rule that energy creates more energy and apathy more apathy.
Tip>> regardless of how you are feeling, get up in the morning and tell yourself a few times, ‘Today I am going to have a good day!’ Mind over matter works, just try it!