Talk to me about your MoJo!

1) Surround yourself with people who are full of mojo. It’s likely that their feelings will inadvertently affect you. Surround yourself with uplifting people who appreciate you and only want to build you up. Don’t get stuck in a negative cycle with people that drain your happiness.

2) Work & play. To have a balanced life, have equal measures of work and play. Work hard, when you’re at work, and equally, play hard when you’re not. This will mean a boosted working life as you’ll be happier and more motivated when working. 3) Train your brain to do what you want it to do. When negativity strikes, recognize it and work towards pushing it out. Negative thoughts alter your mojo and can push your passions away. Get it back by identifying negative thoughts – and remove them!

4) Boost your knowledge! Learning new things can boost mojos all around. Feeling like your brain is being stimulated and getting a good work out is good for your mental health in general, as well as being good for future prospects and job goals. 5) Sell yourself your own job. Remind yourself why you applied for your job in the first place. What are the good things about what you do, and why do you enjoy them? Look back at the original job spec too, as this can often bring you back to basics with why you actually like the job you’re in.

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