lose (one's) mojo

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lose (one's) mojo

To lose one's confidence, energy, or enthusiasm, especially leading to a decline in one's success. After his last book didn't sell very well, it just seems like jack has lost his mojo. Ever since my divorce, I feel like I've lost my mojo with single men.
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lose your mojo

If someone loses their mojo, they become less successful, happy, or energetic. The singer has long ago lost his mojo. Note: Mojo is used in many other structures to mean the state of being successful, happy, and energetic. `I've got my mojo back,' Nolan said yesterday. How can I get my mojo working again and convince the women in my life that I'm still attractive? Note: The word `mojo' is from an African-American dialect and it refers to witchcraft or magic.
See also: lose, mojo