What is your Motivation Monday story?

Discussion in 'Productivity and Motivation' started by TniComRec, Apr 25, 2016.

  1. TniComRec

    TniComRec Member

    What keeps you motivated and continuing on with the work at home lifestyle you have cultivated for yourself?

    For me, it allows me to continue writing, which is my passion. (Besides, it also pays the bills.)
     
  2. payment proof

    payment proof Well-Known Member

    Paying the bills is a big one. :) I also enjoy what I do, so Mondays are not bad things any more.
     
  3. TniComRec

    TniComRec Member

    I agree. Mondays are not bad at all. Before I started working from home, I used to pretend that Sunday was MY Monday. This way, I would get all the bad feels out of the way and have a great day even though everyone else was having, well...a Monday! :ROFLMAO:
     
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  4. payment proof

    payment proof Well-Known Member

    I love this. What a unique approach. :)
     
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  5. TniComRec

    TniComRec Member

    Thanks! It has worked wonders for a few years now!
     
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  6. Hathi99

    Hathi99 New Member

    Just the thought of failing at this and having to go back to a corporate role is enough to give me all the motivation I need each and every Monday ;)
     
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  7. payment proof

    payment proof Well-Known Member

    Well said! Isn't it wonderful working at home. :)
     
  8. Claire93

    Claire93 Member

    I enjoy all days. It doesn't matter if it is Monday or Sunday.
     
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  10. AnneSamantha

    AnneSamantha Member

    Hi yes I work at home and love it funnily I am reading a book "Thank god it's Monday" by C Cameron & S Elusorr, its about making a boring job of tasks more interesting and finding the best work for you.
     
  11. David Waters

    David Waters New Member

    It allows me freedom and the opportunity of telling my story. There have been a few hiccups along the way non-work related. Coming this year is my story. It will be an AutoBiography and Motivational book

    It will tell of a guy who lost all his memory at the age of 30 and specialist saying there was a 98% chance of never working again etc. According to statistics. Spinal and head injuries

    But I've proved them wrong. There has been a documentary for Medical school filmed.
    An amazing interview (podcast)
    Co-written a book about home business with a multimillionaire.

    Excelling more than any of their records to date
    Impossible is when you have Taken Action (not try, trying is an excuse) and then made changes until it's a success or it really is impossible. Not until doing a lot of trial and error.

    There is no excuse in this world for the average person to have the so-called Mondayitis, Its an excuse.

    Don't think about the Monday problem. Think about your WHY!

    If that is not motivational enough then you need to revisit your goals, desires and passion.

    And yes when I do feel down after all my frontal lobe is dead (read up and see what it does) and spinal injuries.

    If it happens, I listen to Mariah Carey song "Hero" Find it and listen to the words, not the music, the words.
    Or will watch Regarding Henry, if you ever watch it, it was very similar to my first year.

    It is easy for me possibly say if you lose the desire, the motivation, the drive to excel each day. It is easy to say. Go do something else.

    The real story is you are doing what you need to do to get what you want. Yes, we do have our moments and our times of
    Not Monday again etc. What you should really think.

    What's my Why???

    If you still think, a bit down and want some inspiration.

    My book will be out this year, the website will be up soon and my story will take me worldwide after discussions thus far.

    Have a look at this website: https://www.disabled-world.com have a look at who is famous and what the suffer from.
    Richard Prior - MS
    Agatha Christie - Dyslexia
    Richard Branson - Dyslexia
    Billy Joel - bipolar spectrum

    Then write down your disability, your reason why not. Then make a Video and put it up on Vimeo or Youtube and let the world know

    Your name is and my story is.... and your reason why...
    People want to know who they will be dealing with and a story

    Once you truly know your Why, you will have the motivation and the inspiration to move forward.
    Find something to watch, to read or listen to when you need it most.
     

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