5 Resolutions That Will Keep You Motivated All Year.
The New Year has finally arrived, and with it comes a promise of a better future, both at work and at home. If you were feeling like a laggard at the office, the New Year should present you a reason strong enough to change things that are not perfect and need improvements. Here are the five resolutions that will keep you motivated all year:
It’s a sensible assumption, backed by solid research findings that happy employees make a happy company. Workplaces that are served by motivated employees are invariably more productive, give birth to innovative ideas and products, and tend to remain more profitable. However, as much responsibility as it is of the employer to keep its employees motivated, the workforce itself should take initiatives to keep up their motivation level.
If you manage to keep yourself charged up at least for the entire duration of your stay inside the office, you will find yourself more driven and better performing than your peers. Moreover, a motivated employee spills his energy and enthusiasm among the team members, leaving the whole experience of working inside the office greatly enhanced.
Even if your professional life is ridden by a lot of obstacles and struggle, you need to shrug off the challenges and failures aside, step over them and rise higher. New Year resolutions are a good way of setting short term goals and giving new direction to your otherwise directionless life. Take these 5 resolutions; stick to them and every working day of 2017 will be a carnival for you.
1. No matter what happens, keep a positive attitude.
It’s easier said than done, but there are few good things in this world that come for free. No matter how bad is your rapport with the reporting manager, or how badly you missed the deadlines, or how bad you were criticized by your boss, try and maintain a positive attitude. To quote Norman Vincent Peale, the famous author of the bestseller, The Power of Positive Thinking, “The trouble with most of us is that we would rather be ruined by praise than saved by criticism.”
2. Learn to maintain a healthy work/life balance.
3. Enjoy your success.
4. Change your sleeping habits.
5. Enhance your skill set.