A lack of motivation can arise from a number of external and internal factors. for one thing, Burnt And the weaken real, and it is important to consider the role mental health may play in reducing motivation.
Regarding external factors, Dunn notes that “there are often good reasons why we should not be motivated to do something,” and external pressures have a way of keeping us in a waiting pattern. These stresses can look like a number of things – from financial commitments, to busy schedules, to a stressful work environment.
But apart from the more obvious external factors that could be quench your impulsesIt is also important to pay attention to the internal components. Because the truth is, according to Dann, we can make shifts in our external environments, but we also have to subconsciously determine how we’re holding ourselves back.
“Sometimes the things that stand in the way of motivation are feelings, and usually those feelings are organized around fear and anxiety — you know, fear of exposure or fear of imperfection or failure,” she explains. Whether it’s self-imposed standards of productivity, shame, or fear, she says, “we can access emotional narratives or belief patterns that are part of what stands in the way of motivation.”
These patterns are often deep. According to a psychologist, Margaret Ball, Ph.D.People tend to Struggling with follow-up Because they try to exercise power over themselves with strict rules and internal criticism. “You’re trying to impose control on yourself in a way that probably won’t be very productive. This could lead to an internal power struggle between the responsible part of you that wants control, and the part of you that resists control,” she writes.