Do you ever feel empty at work, idle and lazy at times, and eventually losing your drive? Yes, these usually happen when you’re demotivated. Demotivation has been a recurring problem in the workplace, causing employees to have a low sense of commitment, productivity rate and develop a negative attitude towards their jobs.
For our very first episode of #rplWorkHugot, we sit down with three industry leaders, namely Viu Philippines Country Manager Arianne Kader-Cu, two-time SEA Games Gold Medalist Nikko Huelgas and ABS-CBN screenwriter Gitri San Diego, as they shared their wisdom and experiences dealing with demotivation.
She discusses how fighting demotivation is a continuous battle to stay committed to serving your people to keep them motivated.
Keeping a competitive spirit in the midst of hardships is not an easy task. Nikko shares that finding ways to challenge yourself all the time can help you beat that—but first, you must be aware of your strengths and weaknesses as this will help you understand how to deal with your pain points and use your strengths to continuously motivate yourself.
Self-awareness is key—being fully aware of your mission at work (and in life), and your own abilities, can propel you forward to become limitless. You need to constantly remind yourself of the things you need to do whenever demotivation comes. This will help you focus your attention more on accomplishing your tasks rather than the distractions that will delay your deliverables.
Demotivation shouldn’t faze us from the things we want to do. Do not let it hinder your productivity at work. Keeping a healthy mindset and learning how to deal with demotivation is the first step in doing exceptionally good at work. Follow us for more inspiration and productivity tips!
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