Stay Energized: 5 Ways to Keep Your Tank Full

Stay Energized: 5 Ways to Keep Your Tank Full

“Passion is energy. Feel the passion that comes from focusing on what excites you.”

–Oprah Winfrey

Unlike cars, people don’t come with gauges to tell us when we’re running low on energy. It’s up to us to keep tabs on where our energy level is and find ways to pump ourselves up when our tank gets low.

Pay attention to your energy. Where is it on a scale of 1 to 10? Where do you want it to be, and what would that look like?

Focus on solutions, not problems. Brainstorm solutions, don’t edit yourself, and see what gets you excited.

Set your own goals based on what gets you excited. Ideas are like children, there are none so wonderful as our own. (Full disclosure: I didn’t make that up, it was in a fortune cookie.) While other people may give us advice, it’s only when we chart a course for ourselves that we experience a profound shift in our energy level, mindset, and motivation!

Visualize success and move forward to it each day with inspired action.

Find at least one person who is good at giving you positive feedback and helping keep you accountable to your goals.

Watch your internal dialogue carefully, and replace feelings of doubt and inadequacy with feelings of courage, worthiness, and infinite potential. Remember that your ability lies not in what you know, but in what you are willing to learn.

In support of your Abundant Success,
Robyn Feldberg
The Abundant Success Coach

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Robyn is a Nationally Certified Professional Resume Writer and Certified Career Management Coach. Since 1991, she’s been writing interview-winning resumes and providing cutting-edge job search and career management advice. She has earned credentials as both a Certified Career Management Coach and a Nationally Certified Resume Writer. With 20+years of proven industry experience and thousands of satisfied clients who have gotten outstanding results from using her professional resume writing and career coaching service.

• Television careers expert for ABC’s Good Morning Texas, airing on WFAA
• Recipient of Career Mastery Award, awarded by Career Management Alliance (formerly Career Masters Institute)
• Official Ambassador, Women for Hire
http://www.AbundantSuccessCoach.com

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2 Comments

  1. smartin
    Posted January 5, 2012 at 8:46 pm | Permalink

    These are some great ideas to help people stay motivated while job searching, but these principles can apply to any goal at all! Thanks Robyn for all your guidance.

    • Posted January 6, 2012 at 8:48 am | Permalink

      Thank you for your kind words. Happy New Year! Wishing you a happy, healthy, and prosperous 2012.

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