1. Kingsking

    Thank you very much for this amazing article on motivating. A couple of minutes ago a colleague in Affiliate Marketing told me that she is getting discouraged because her efforts has not started yielding some money but immediately I forwarded this link to her, she called and said this is amazing. However, I am very impressed with the Shifting of Gears. Sometimes when I noticed that I couldn’t go further, I just do something completely different for a while, This seriously helped to refresh and motivate my willingness to move further. Wow! once again, thanks. 

    • RhondaLeigh

      Hello Kingsking!  Thanks for much for reading my post, and especially sharing it with your colleague.  I am so happy you both found my information helpful.  I agree, shifting gears helps a lot!  It still gets the job done, and you are still heading toward your goal.  I am so glad that this works for you as well.  Thanks again for your comments, and best of luck to you!   RhondaLeigh

  2. Nuttanee

    The lock down is definitely not easy, I live in NYC now they ended it to the end of April and with social distancing is even more depressing. I hear you, my motivation is gone too but what I find that if I push myself to work out right after I wake up in the morning, I am usually in the happier mood. 

    Have you heard of Mel Robbins? her book the 5 second rule is awesome. She said that motivation is garbage lol. Technically, our brain procrastinates because it is a way for us to reduce stress, isn’t that awesome. That is why we love watching TV and do not want to get out of bed. 

    Reevaluate your goal is a good one because I think goals are very situational related. So, you have to adjust them to fit with your situation. 

    I usually do self-pampering as well to just shift my thoughts a bit and come back to focus at my task. 

    Stay safe and good luck! 🙂


    • RhondaLeigh

      Hey Nuttanee, thanks for responding to my article.  My heart goes out to you and your fellow New Yorkers. The news we see about you guys is pretty scary.  Please stay safe, and I hope you all weather this storm and come out better on the other side.  

      Your suggested book by Mel Robbins sounds like a great read!  I will see if I can get it on my Kindle.  Another thing that helps me get through this rough stretch is reading!  I love to lose myself in a book, if only for a moment, to forget where I am.  

      I really appreciate your expanded view of what I have written, and I thank you again for your comments.  You stay safe as well, and hang in there!  RhondaLeigh

  3. Louise

    Good motivation post.  I really enjoyed it.  At the moment motivation is not a problem for me as I welcome the extra time to do my work online.  However, been there many times, so I appreciate your post, some great inspiration.  I need more warm comfy clothes to wear in the house as I’m running out of options, got any ideas on the cheap for “lockdown attire”?

    • RhondaLeigh

      Hi Louise, thanks for your comments and your questions.  I know with Amazon’s new edict about shipping medical products as priority one, that there might be delays in getting things from them.  I haven’t ordered anything from them since our lock down began, so I don’t have first hand knowledge.  But they have great comfy clothing at a reasonable price.  Also, I use Walmart and Target when I need things, and want them at a lower price.  They both have a great selection of casual clothing, including sweatpants and sweatshirts, which have been my lock down attire.  So check them out for sure, and let me know how things go.  Here’s the link:  

      This link takes you to all my favorite stores, and has Amazon, Walmart, and Target close to the top.  

       I am welcoming the extra online time as well.  Kinda nice being home.  But ask me in 30 days!  I will have to employ my own advice and find some more motivation!  Thanks again for reading and commenting!  RhondaLeigh

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