Saturday, January 30, 2016

How to stay inspired

Hey guys,

Today I want to talk to you about how I stay inspired and motivated to work, so here are my top tips on staying inspired:

First and for most you need to have faith in God for he has an amazing plans hidden for yet that not yet discovered "For with God nothing shall be impossible" (Luke 1:37).

- Stay healthy:

  1.  Drink a glass of water: When you wake up in the morning drink a glass of water to start your day fresh.
  2. Move and sweat: Daily exercise boost your energy level, improve your mood and relief stress.
  3. Get enough sleep: When you get enough rest you'll have the needed energy to do the things that make you happy.
- Plan your day:

  1. Top three tasks: Every morning make a list of the three tasks you want to accomplish that day.
  2. The 50/10 rule: Work on one important task for 50 minutes and take a 10 minute break to refocus.
  3. Reflect daily: End your day with a 10 minute reflection and self-evaluation.
- Keep learning:

  1. Reading: Reading increases knowledge which in turns keep you inspired.
  2. Browsing: Watching tutorials and induction researches increases your capabilities. 
  3. Brainstorming: Brainstorming can be a creative gold mine.
- Focus on what makes you happy:

  1. Express gratitude: Think of 10 thing you're grateful for every morning, gratitude promotes happiness.
  2. Clean your disk: Whether it was a disk or a study area, keep it clean, a tidy desk gives you energy and inspiration and help you stay focus on the things that need to be done.
  3. Indulge in your favorite things: Set time aside to enjoy your favorite things, like playing with your pet or going for a walk.
So these are my top 12 tips on how to stay focused and inspired and move up on the ladder of your work dreams.

Tell me down below what are your ways to stay motivated?



  1. Great tips here, thanks for sharing. Another thing, if you can, walk at least 10,000 steps a day.


    1. I know, I use the S-health App on the play store, to count my steps, calories burnt, stress level, heart rate after exercise and daily water intake. Great stuff