1. Your reason why you’re working – All of us have our own reasons why we work. No one works for no reason. It could be your family, your children, your relatives, your personal career growth, your preparation for your future, your loved ones’ future or simply you have bills to pay.
  2. Your image to your co-workers and bosses – Since you’re demotivated at work, what could be the results? Tardiness? Absences? Low quality of work?  Unfinished tasks? When you started at your work, you don’t possess all these behavior, do you? Don’t make “demotivation” drags your image down. They did not hire you for those behavior, right?
  3. Your boss or your HR Department – When you open up to your co-workers, they might not do anything about you; open up to your boss or to your HR Department instead. You could talk to them and tell your feelings honestly so they could be aware that you are demotivated.  In that way, I believe, you will be enlighten. 🙂
  4. Your value – With all those behavior you’ve shown lately, do you think you can demand for a raise? Show them an employee that deserves a raise. Do your best and it will come the day you least expect it. 🙂
  5. Your soon-to-be-employer will have background check on you – Of course, time will come that you will be resigning because you’re very tired and just can’t take it anymore. Your employer can’t do anything to make you stay if you really wanted to look for another job or company and you’re just decided. Before you do it, just a friendly reminder, make sure that you’ve left your current company a positive feedback about you. 🙂

If you just avoid this “demotivating feeling” and just jump to other company thinking that you will not encounter this feeling ever again, then you’re wrong. If you go to your new employer without doing anything with yourself, it will be a temporary escape. Look at the brighter side! Surround yourself with people you wanted to be so you could be influenced by them. Change your mindset; your behavior will follow! 😀



“We all have problems. The way we solve them is what makes us different.”


Recently, I felt that problems are coming to me all at the same time; work, money, family, etc. To remove all the stress in me, I started to became serious about my life so I spend time creating my own plan/vision board and I shared it with my loved ones to get support. It was very detailed; it includes timeline on each steps. Can you visualize how detailed it was? After creating that, Yes! I was relieved. I can monitor myself day by day and see how close I am to my goals.


“Ah, stubborn children,” declares the Lord, “who carry out a plan, but not mine, and who make an alliance, but not of my Spirit, that they may add sin to sin;” Isaiah 30:1

Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths.” Proverbs 3:5-6

For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope.” Jeremiah 29:11

..seeing these verses changed my perspective. God made a way for me to see these verses. He has plans for me; all I need to do is to give my best in everything I do and trust Him and He will make my paths straight. My heart is now full. I’m forever grateful. Thank you, God. ♡