Lacking Motivation??

Lacking Motivation and Inspiration? 5 Secrets to Get Unstuck
If you feel unmotivated, you might be surprised by what's really behind it.
Published on October 30, 2013 by Susan Biali, M.D. in Prescriptions for Life

A while ago a coaching client asked me this:
"Regarding a goal, if you feel unmotivated is it a sign you should stop? Or is it self-sabotage?"
This is a great question. Here's my response, for her and for you:
1) Notice how you feel about the goal itself
Let's say you want to write a book and get it published. Forgetting how hard it might be to achieve this goal, do you feel excited about holding your published book in your hands one day? Does the idea thrill you? If so, you've passed the first test. Your heart is in this goal or dream.
2) Detail clearly what "unmotivated" feels like and looks like
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