How To Stay Motivated In Tough Times
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Have you wanted something more than anything, but for the life of you, you couldn’t stay motivated to actually make it happen. For some people, this is sticking to the diet, and going to the gym. For others, it's starting a business and persisting through the difficult times.
No matter what it is for you, we all have something that we’ve not been able to achieve, and the reason that we often give ourselves is that we just didn't have enough motivation. So in this video you’re going to discover 5 keys to game motivation so that you can accomplish more of what you really want.
0:26 Don't rely on motivation because motivation can be fleeting
1:22 Making decisions drains your willpower
1:57 Change your environment to save willpower
2:28 Set hard and fast rules
2:56 Use the moment of inspiration to commit yourself going forward
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Art: Bonni Rambatan, Dwinanda Edo
Editing: Bonni Rambatan
My OCD motivates me, if o see a sock for example on someone else's room, I find the pair and tidy the sock drawer, then I get motivated to tidy my sock drawer, than my t shirts, than my pants, than under my bed...
How do i stay motivated when i have a disease that's draining all the willpower i can possibly have?
I was doing good before, or at least i think so. Now i'm gaining a lot of weight, stress, i'm sucking at work and i'm ruining most of the relations i have made.
I can't even finish this video because I don't have the guts to watch what i could've done in other circumstances
I honestly don't mind animated video's, but I'm a bit biased to your face, so please don't rob me of that in future videos. It may sound crazy, but it does help me pay attention to the great advice you give on this channel.
Please don't animate! Your natural charisma is KEY to the entire CHARISMAONCOMMAND enterprise I mean.... watching YOUR body language is so important and influental to driving home the point of this channel as I personally receive and perceive it ... Personally I have found your eye behaviour to be animated enough for any observant person hungry for personal growth. Men , you should all take a note or tip or two
I think the animations are cool. Compliments your fun expressions. However, I'm sure i speak for many as I say it can't replace you. I like the face to face eye contact & your wonderful expressions. Admittedly, it's what keeps me watching. (: keep up the great work Charlie
I like the animation but even without the animation it’s still great content. BUT I do think adding some quick recaps at the end would help the viewer remember the key points a lot easier. That’s just my opinion tho. Regardless I still love the videos. 👏🏽
+Charisma on Command Loved this animated style! I'm new to your channel & subscribed recently. I'd love it if you could create more Q&A videos too cause I got some great questions I'd like to ask you regarding dating/relationships that I think would serve helpful towards your other viewers. Thanks for your time & consideration & keep up the GREAT WORK!! :)
Hi there! So, I just subscribed yesterday to your channel and this video title/thumbnail particularly caught my attention! Bonnie(?) did a SUPERB job in animating your steps and overall message whilst being very culturally sensitive! I truly admire the detail put into the characters and the timing of the editing in accordance to your vocal cues - a very easy and enjoyable video to watch and learn from. I’ll DEFinitely be watching more of your charismatic self 🌸
I found that insulting myself works for me very well. Whenever I find myself being lazy or not doing what I'm suppose to. I call myself a lazy faggot who can't get anything done, until I start doing what I was suppose to do.
I love animated videos like this...It makes it easier to remember all information, at least for me it works, because I'm a visual learner. And I liked the idea of using a specific character to describe will power. You made it a sing that Now I can remember fast whe i see it...oh will power.
Also I love animated videos its very interesting and fun to look at.
But.. aslo I remommend tnot to use all the time this typo of videos, for this theme it worked very well but maybe for others it would be better to use real people. Hope this comment will be helpful, thank you soo much1 I love your content!
I love the animations. But it seemed to go a bit faster than my slow brain can keep up. Either way it's the really helpful tips that I watch your channel for. I usually can only remember a little at a time to keep implementing them.
The animation was great, but I think it works best in videos like this where the script talks mostly about other people and their actions, as opposed to you (i'm sorry I don't know your name) or something that might need subtle facial expressions. When you talk about your successes and failures it helps to see live action you because you look succesful.
i really like the style actually. the animations are inclusive to all types of people, and it makes it more relateable for some people i would imagine. it's quirky, communicative and generally awesome. just wanted to give you feedback 😄👍
Not sure how long after posting you check these, but here are my thoughts anyway. I think animation can be good, and a nice change of pace every now and then. However, I think it can become distracting. I absolutely thought so in this particular animation. There were so many small, quick changes to the animation that I found myself watching very closely, but not listening as intently. I even needed to go rewind a few times and look away from the screen to focus on what you were saying. It would compliment your messages better if there were fewer animation transitions. Maybe an animation to illustrate a point, rather than in some cases where the animation tried to illustrate word by word. Either way, love your content! Thanks, Charlie!