The 2 most important ways for more motivation in the workplace

Job satisfaction is the indicator of the productivity of a worker par excellence.
Getting up is a pain, a bad mood is inevitable and the constant view of the clock promises nothing good because the closing time is still far off.
Low productivity, lack of concentration and lack of self-motivation are just a few of the results of a daily lack of motivation!

How can I motivate myself at the workplace? - Most asked, but still unanswered!

Here are the two most important ways to increase your motivation in the workplace:

1. Small structured steps:

Nothing pushes one's motivation more than the feeling that one has to do "this and that" at the same time, and preferably immediately. 
But this perceived pressure usually arises from the fact that all tasks whiz criss-cross through the head. 
Similar to an unsorted paper pile, which still has to be processed.

Structured work is expressed by setting subgoals and defining their own priorities.
Realistic objectives, taking into account one's own performance capabilities, are the be-
all and end-all. So do not take yourself too far, because "less is sometimes more".

But for many, it is also extremely helpful to clean up your own desk and not to let yourself be distracted by the feeling of stress.

Among other things, working off unloved tasks at the beginning of the workday allows one to spend
the remaining hours on more pleasant matters.

2.Private compensation:

"Getting your head free" - The constant confrontation with the work and the associated stress makes the personal pressure only stronger and the motivation for upcoming tasks fly away.

The everyday pressure in a self-shaping performance society is causing more and more people to pay tribute and is reflected in depression and other mental illnesses.

For comparison:
In 2011, around 41 percent of workers applying for a disability pension had a mental illness.
In 2000, it was only 24 percent.

Face it!
Get on the bike, meet friends and pursue your hobbies.
Only those who leave the stress behind have the chance to recharge the "inner battery" and find their own complacency.

Risks of missing motivation:
Many people disregard the fact that the personal motivation not only results primarily from their own satisfaction but is also shaped by the social environment. 
As a social environment, colleagues, friends, and the boss.

If your act in an unbalanced and unmotivated manner, it can lead to colleagues avoiding contact with you, friends who miss their cherished sympathies, and boss not considering you for promotions.


The pressure in the workplace is undoubtedly getting bigger and the tasks are becoming more and more difficult to handle. However, in order not to let one's own motivation and associated satisfaction suffer, a personal structuring of the upcoming work offers a preventative method to prevent overpowering stress. 
The private compensation serves the inner balance, in order to be prepared for the coming working days and implement set work goals.

How do you assess the relevance of your own motivation and the associated satisfaction in the workplace?


  1. Motivation is an important precondition of performing in any pastime. Its miles proved that someone plays best when he or she is aware of why and for what this or that work have to be completed.


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