(…continued from the above post.) That's all well and good, but why am I still not feeling motivated? How can I get motivated?
If you are not motivated to do something it is often for a good reason. Most people will probably tell you it's because you lack discipline, and while that is a possibility, discipline will only get you so far. Supreme discipline that allows you to complete task after task with near flawless precision may work well for machines—objects that have no feeling or emotion—but there are other factors to consider when it comes to a human being.
Usually the reason you find it difficult to motivate yourself is because you have some sort of internal resistance—some sort of blockage that is (consciously or subconsciously) holding you back, and until you identify this blockage, the path to your goal seem frustrating and difficult instead of smooth and enjoyable.
Anyway, because this post has already gone on too long, this is where I leave you in the capable hands of Steve, an accomplished early riser. If you'd like to explore the topic of motivation further (and I really think you should if you'd like to solve your sleep issue), here are some articles I recommend: Note: All links open in a new window.
Additionally, here are some semi-related articles that you may find useful with your sleeping issue. They're good articles, but maybe not all that useful for your issue, depending on some factors. I'd suggest reading the articles I listed above before you read these ones, and if they don't help, then see if these help: