Hello guys. This will be a short video because.. I just wanna share a tip or however you want
to call it, something that changed my life, and helped me to stay motivated every day
and every minute of the day and I hope it will change your life as well. You see, I was a very lazy person, I rarely
did anything that was hard and whenever I had to study I didn’t feel like it and I
also didn’t have any self discipline so it was very hard to start and actually study
the thing that I was supposed to study. So I would watch a few motivational videos
get pumped up and suddenly it was a loot easier, I didn’t had that resistance inside of me,
and usually I would jump right into studying. You know motivation is a powerful thing. So I asked myself, what if this motivation
stuck with me all day long, what can I accomplish if I have this feeling of motivation in me
wherever I go and whatever I do? What I found that motivated me the most, was
time. I downloaded a chrome add-on which is called
“Motivation”. So what it does is? When you open a new tab it replaces the default
chrome new tab, with your current age. So whenever I open a new tab, and I see my
age ticking, those nano-years just fly by, it really gets to me. You see the time that passes that you cannot
get back. It’s so much different when you see the numbers
increase as you age. It makes me go all out and do everything I
can the best that I can. I started to appreciate time more. I don’t wanna spend my life doing useless
stuff, I wanna see where I can go and what I am able to do if I use every minute of my
day for the rest of my life. This worked for me because I spend most of
my day on the computer, so it goes like I need to search something I open a new tab
and boom it’s there its ticking and it reminds me. But If I am not on my computer and I go out,
if I see an old person that’s 70 or 80 what I do is, I put myself in their skin. I just imagine vividly in my head that I am
70 years old, I imagine the regret and pain that I would feel, how bad would I want to
be young again. But as you know it doesn’t matter how bad
you want that, you just can’t change it. After that I go back to myself and that feeling
of regret and pain just scares me and makes me do stuff, I work as fast as I can for the
whole day. I don’t want to regret anything when I am
laying on my deathbed. You know you only have like 1440 minutes a
day, you may think that is a lot but actually it isn’t. Many people get caught in the trap and think
that they have a lot of time on their hands. But the truth is we don’t. We’re all just one car crash, one diagnose,
one accident away from dying. Anyway I didn’t wanted to make this like a
motivational video or something, I just wanted to share my chrome add-on motivation tip that
changed how I look at time. So I recommend that you become more aware
about time, and also go and Install that add-on it’s free. Once you do leave a comment below and tell
me if it helped you just as It helped me. Anyway don’t forget to subscribe and thanks
for watching.


  1. Like this video. I don’t have the add-on you talk about but I think about how I spend my time every day. I, just like you, really appreciate my time every day. I guess what I do is kind of like what you explain around 1.58 take a look at “the real world” if you can say that, that is a eyeopener. Great video dude

  2. “Remembering that I'll be dead soon is the most important tool I've ever encountered to help me make the big choices in life.

    Almost everything–all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure–these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important."

    -Steve jobs

  3. I think this is a great way to motivate myself, but of course being stuck with nothing but yourself when there aren’t any distractions can be very painful and I feel like it’s something we all have to face at some point. So when you do something go all the way, because when ur stuck with nothing but your thoughts, it’s a heck of a lot better when your proud, and or at peace with yourself😊
    Great point, great video, and great topic!!

  4. Been a loner most of my life. I have been a Graphic Designer and PC Repair (both hardware & software) Freelancer work since I was the age of 14 to the age of 20. Hobby of a game level 3d Designer for Unreal 2k3 & Unreal 2k4. Age of 23, My Folks pushed me into Job Corps.

    One Year Later on my bday still at Job Crops my Mother called me and only discussed to me "You have court jury and you're kick out of the house and we hold your things until you get back. End Phone Call No one says goodbye anymore or Happy bday to me. 11 months later I get married and I have a kid. Divorced She said it cannot work out and I will be invisible when our child is born. Also, I find out she was sexting the whole time by few of her friends told me out of the blue. She has it good and destroyed all of her relationships.


    So Depress with ADHD and other mild disorders as I have SSI and I feel trapped being home all day. Always Dreamed to become a Game Lever Designer. Also, I never owned a car or I had a real job. How in the world can one stay motivated to even do my hobby that I got a game degree for years ago? How in the world can one stay motivated without even experience having a job or a car as stay motivated to keep it either of them? My motivation existence…R.I.P.!

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