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      Unhappy How do you keep motivation?

      Question is in the title amigos.

      I'm doing some stuff that really interests me and they're things that I really want to do. I'm making a game that relaxes the player, I'm starting a comedy gaming channel on YouTube, so I can make videos for a living, and I'm working out and working on my Lucid Dreaming abilities.

      But for some reason during the day I just lack the motivation to do any of it.

      It's so important to me and yet, sometimes I don't even want to start working on it. Any tips for keeping oneself motivated?

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      I can't really help much, but I can sympathize. Although I think my problem comes from complete laziness. I want to draw. But I DON'T want to get out all my materials and go upstairs. I want to build a computer but I don't want to save up the money and take the time researching and tracking down the parts.

      I don't let any of this stop me though. I think of it as the laziness is the body, and the will is the mind. You just have to overpower the body and get your ass to work! I also find that when I get to work, I am a really hard worker and I don't stop, I get the task finished.

      You have to find your own motivation. Whether you are excited about being finished with the game and being able to play it yourself. Or you just want the feeling of completion. You have to work towards the end goals. No matter how boring and demanding it can be if you want the end result, you have to work.

      Summery: Set goals and complete them. After you do you will feel much better about yourself.

      I was always a dreamer, in childhood especially. People thought I was a little strange.-Charley pride

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      Quote Originally Posted by dakotahnok View Post
      I can't really help much, but I can sympathize. Although I think my problem comes from complete laziness. I want to draw. But I DON'T want to get out all my materials and go upstairs. I want to build a computer but I don't want to save up the money and take the time researching and tracking down the parts.

      I don't let any of this stop me though. I think of it as the laziness is the body, and the will is the mind. You just have to overpower the body and get your ass to work! I also find that when I get to work, I am a really hard worker and I don't stop, I get the task finished.

      You have to find your own motivation. Whether you are excited about being finished with the game and being able to play it yourself. Or you just want the feeling of completion. You have to work towards the end goals. No matter how boring and demanding it can be if you want the end result, you have to work.

      Summery: Set goals and complete them. After you do you will feel much better about yourself.
      Thanks man!

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