What keeps a person motivated differs for everyon. These are just some tips that have worked for me. But to find your own motivation you have to try to see what works and what doesn't.
I feel like there are three stages of work to be motivated at.
Starting a task
Working on a task
Finishing a task
Starting a task
It is sometimes hard to find the motivation ...
One of the paradox of life is that action is the fuel that powers motivation. Waiting to feel "motivated" before doing something is often counter productive. So start your work, and you will start feeling motivated. A good process for this is to begin the day by listing all the tasks you have to do that day, break it into sub-tasks if necessary, ...
This is a broad question, so I'll keep my answer general. Motivation depends heavily on personality, but it's rare that the following doesn't have an impact:
Get paid well (ie. ask for a raise, or find a better paying job)
Work less & less harder (assuming you're not already doing so little that you're bored)
Work efficiently, ie. be accomplishing ...
What i found very useful is to break down my tasks and think about what value and enjoyment it can bring me.
Also it’s worth to write a to-do list and tick or highlight the tasks you completed, i think it’s very motivating to oversee on a day to day basis how much you have achieved.
Reaching out to working collegues can help boost morale and can have a ...
Sounds like sunken cost fallacy. If you are not a co-owner it is hardly worth working more than 8 hours a day. Your quality of work drops anyhow if working longer.
I would suggest that you also look for a new job. Ideally one which leaves some time for your hobbies or just recovery from work.
Another hint: Do not focus so much on velocity, but on ...
The team is also tired. Many resignations. They feel the work done today will be scrapped tomorrow.
Follow your coworkers to a new job. You're not motivated, and your mental health has taken a hit. These are 2 clear signs it's time to move companies.
EDIT - I don't think you will last much longer here. Plan your escape.
The CEO is a bad manager. It ...