1. Acknowledge the time you like working
Sometimes we may love our work or we may enjoy it doing, but this only happens when we are not in contact with emotions. At this moment you just have to put a pause and explain those moments to yourself or to someone else. Expressing it, can help you to make memories or it can also help you to find the answers to your fear, like, “What’s the purpose of my life?”
2. Impractical expectations
Sometimes, you may still feel lazy if you have a tight schedule or you have done every task. Being too hard on yourself can be the actual reason behind this problem. Everyone wants to complete their task but sometimes it’s better to slow down and take your time.
3. Learn to Value your work
In today’s busy world the most horrible irony of life is that we all hate our work. If you learn to accept your work then work can actually turn out to be the most fun and satisfying, even if you didn’t get your legendary “companion” job. So, you must learn to acknowledge your own, if you learn to value your job then it will have the biggest impact on your mindset and how you complete your task.
Yet you have a packed schedule, but couldn’t complete your task on time, that means you are having self-discipline issue. The solution to this problem is, you need to find ways to boost up your willpower or you must remove distractions.
5. Re-plan your work in your mind
While you’re getting stuff done, if you’re feeling miserable about it, counter your own thoughts. Remind yourself that work is worthwhile. Smile on purpose. Just like when you’re dealing with failure, how you treat work sets you up for how you will experience it.
You have a lot of free time in your life or you are always spent your time sleeping or doing nothing, then you are definitely lacking motivation. If you don’t know what you must do or mustn’t do while battling with depression then you will definitely lack motivation. It’s not that you cannot deal with depression, at the end everyone overcomes it.