When people talk about motivation, it’s something that varies greatly from person to person since no two individuals have the same motives for trying to attain something that they want or need in their lives. What’s even more interesting is the fact that when people are really motivated, they can do a whole bunch of extraordinary things that they end up surprising themselves—in a good way, of course—along the way to achieving their goals. But most of the time, people find it really hard to gather the strength to feel motivated.
Which brings us to this question: why is it difficult to muster up the will to achieve a strong sense of motivation within ourselves? Perhaps the crux of this constant dilemma lies in the fact that people are often caught up in internal and external stress factors that inhibits them from feeling optimistic about the direction that their lives are going. However, people shouldn’t be held back from their fears, doubts, and anxieties because it prevents them from truly reaching their full potential and experiencing a life filled with pure happiness.