How to Stay Motivated Like Henry Ford

How to Stay Motivated Like Henry Ford

Staying motivated is not always easy with the stress and pressures that you have to deal with everyday. It’s very easy to look at everything that needs to be done and feel overwhelmed. Motivation can seep out of you as you begin to go over in your mind how you are supposed to do everything in the time frame that you have to get them done.

Whenever you feel this way, it’s always good to step back and begin to find ways to take control instead of the tasks ahead taking control of you. If you are able to stay in control, you will be able to stay much more motivated to complete and succeed in everything you do. One of the most successful people in the world, Henry Ford, had a great approach to staying motivated. He once said, ‘Nothing is particularly hard if you divide it into small jobs.’

This is a very simple concept, but if you apply it to your own situation, you will see that it works wonders. Instead of focusing on everything that needs to be done, break it all down into smaller jobs. Remove things that will distract you or are just a time waster.

Doing smaller, more achievable jobs will help you stay motivated because you are able to complete them and move on to the next job. You will feel a sense of accomplishment by completing each job, which will give you the motivation to move on to the next job. Before you know it you will have tremendous momentum going on in your life and will find that the big task in front of you no linger seems quite as big.

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