No one told you this about motivation

Ever had one of those moments when you just can’t find the motivation to do something?

You try to force yourself, but it’s like your mojo has gone on vacation! Well, guess what? Your body might be sending you a secret signal!

Sometimes, when you ignore those lack-of-motivation signals and power through anyway, things can break down.

That’s what we call burnout, my friends! It’s when you consistently override the signs of energy depletion.

But here’s the kicker: it’s not just a mental thing! It’s also physiological! The hormones and neurotransmitters that our body makes play a huge role in our motivation levels.

So if something’s is off there, your motivation will suffer too!

Imagine a runner trying to push through without realizing they’re dehydrated. It’s like trying to squeeze water from a desert cactus!

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Can’t stay motivated when you’re dehydrated.©

But here’s an even wilder fact: did you know that our subconscious mind can totally mess with our biology?

It’s like having an undercover agent inside us who loves to sabotage our progress without us even realizing it!

95% of our decisions are ruled by our subconscious!

It’s the mastermind behind the scenes, running programs we don’t even know about!

So when you’re not motivated, it’s probably because your subconscious doesn’t think it’s important.

So, how can we get things done without burning ourselves out?

Well, first, stop ignoring the signals!!! Then make sure our biology is in prime condition!

Stay hydrated, nourished, keep that lymph moving, and give your nervous system some TLC!

Next, let’s uncover those sneaky subconscious patterns that create resistance.

Once you find them, decide if they’re helpful or not. It’s like being a detective on a mission to crack the case of motivation mysteries!

Armed with this approach you can go from a struggling jalopy to a high-performance rocketship!

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DISCLAIMER: Although everything I share is backed by science, it's not medical advice so please make sure to consult a medical professional.