It happens to all of us at some stage – there is a particular task to be done at work and you just can not motivate yourself to do it. This procrastination or downright disinterest can lead to stress levels soaring. While you know that you are capable of doing a good – even great – job, your energy and enthusiasm just are not there. Lack of motivation at work can be highly unpleasant and may even jeopardize your chances of career success.
Put simply, motivation is the force that makes us do things. Motivation is an essential life skill – it is what inspires us to complete a task. Since so many of us derive at least part of our sense of identity from our jobs, lack of motivation at work can be crippling and lead to low self-esteem and even quite severe depression as those suffering it miss the sense of accomplishment and satisfaction that comes from doing a job to the best of one’;s ability.
Of course, true motivation comes from deep inside us. When it comes from the core of our being, we are fully involved in setting goals and achieving them. In order to achieve greater satisfaction and enjoy a more fulfilling work life, we need to get in touch with our core selves and remove the obstacles that are holding us back at a fundamental level. Hypnosis is a proven and effective way to overcome a lack of motivation at work and help people achieve perform optimally.
Hypnosis allows you to address the unconclusive issues that are blocking your potential. It may be lack of desire or incentive that’;s stemming your motivation. You could use hypnosis to clearly visualize your goals – you can explore what it feels like to achieve your goal and future pace yourself to success. Maybe you’;re highly motivated in another part of your life. You can mesh the unconscious drive in the successful part of your life into your work life, and achieve the same levels of success at work.
You can use hypnosis to address security or confidence issues. Perhaps your fear of failure is slowing you down or maybe perfectionism making achieving your goals more difficult than it need be. By exploring what would really happen if you did things only 80% well, you will find that you open yourself up to more opportunities that build your skills and experience way beyond your current expectations.
Procrastination and lack of motivation at work can be successfully resolved using hypnosis and a little effort to open up your thinking and changing your unhelpful, ingrained habits.
Copyright 2006 Lyndsay Swinton