So are you motivated? Maybe? Yeah - no, not so much. What works for one person may never work for another. Having a person yelling at you at 5am may get you motivated to do another set of push ups, or sit ups. If you're part of a 'get fit boot camp' or a member of a gym or you have a personal trainer, you do have someone screaming in your ear to do it 'one more time'.
A writer leads a very insular life. Often we are caught up in the worlds and the scenarios we create that sometimes we forget the outside world. And when we are in the zone everything is flowing and we feel invincible.
But sometimes all it will take will be one thing and wham that motivation and dedication you had is gone and it takes you a little while to get back into the zone.
For a writer, we don't have the personal trainer on our shoulder, but what we do have is a wonderful community of friends who know exactly what we're going through. Whether it be multi-published authors or your brand new critique partner, a chat with them and your motivation is back.
The trick is to accept the highs and low of motivation and don't beat yourself up when you don't seem to be as motivated as the next person. You will get there because as a writer, giving up is not an option.