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Instead, setting intermediate goals will help you keep your motivation up and give you the chance to celebrate your results.
Measure and recognize your progress
This way you can gratify yourself for the efforts made and the goals achieved without generating stress.
Share your goals
Share your goals with friends and family, talk to them or write to them on Facebook or Twitter. In this way, you will be careful – as well as not disappointing yourself – not to disappoint your friends. Sharing your goals publicly allows us to strengthen our motivation.
You can also find a group or a training partner. Training on your own can become boring and the risk of running into bad days is certainly higher than training with other people, thus enjoying mutual support.
Accept the hard days
If you feel that your motivation is going down, try to recall the initial reasons for your goal. If your goal was aligned with your values and was placed in the right way you will see that you will easily be able to overlook the problems and difficulties of the moment and focus on the true goal.