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6 Ways to Get – And Stay – Motivated

By CC Holland

May 27th, 2009

Find yourself running out of enthusiasm and steam? Are you low on vim and vigor? Here are six ways to get your motivation mojo working again, courtesy of Jason Echols at Black Belt Productivity.

1. Decide exactly what you want to accomplish in a day. Nothing kills motivation faster than an unclear task list (or no task list at all). If possible, plan your day the night before.

2. Stay positive. Is the glass half full, or half empty? Your choice. But know that a good attitude and a proper perspective can help keep you moving.

3. Don’t forget the finish line. Keep your end goals in mind — remember what it is you’re working for, whether it’s a promotion, a project, or taking care of your family.

4. Get plenty of rest. Low energy = low motivation, so don’t skimp on sleep, tempting as it might be to stay up late and get some more things done.

5. Exercise. It’s no secret that a good sweat, especially first thing in the morning, can jump-start both your body and your brain.

6. Eat smart. Yes, it’s sometimes hard to take that lunch break, or even grab breakfast when you’re running late. But a steady diet of vending-machine food, or gorging too much at noontime because you’re starving, can sap your body and slow your motor down.

More information on this reprint from BNET

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Corporate responsibility during a recession

200498115-001CFA has a special responsibility to its customers during a recession, for example, providing support and advice to those out of work professionals and client firms seeking new projects.  Therefore, we are redoubling our networking efforts and communications using every means available, including this Blog, our Website, LinkedIn, our LinkedIn support Group “CFA Freelance Community”, Twitter, direct email, interviews, client visits and of course, the phone.

Do you think our efforts are satisfactory and achieve our goal, if not, what other methods would you like to see us engage in?

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