Episode 59 celebrates the brilliant habit of motivation. People are driven by motivation to do all sorts of things both good and bad. It is a powerful tool to have in your personal development tool box and one worth strengthening. Once you learn to call on it at will and use it ‘consistently’, there’s that word again, you will be able to accomplish amazing things in your life.
Being fascinated by motivation, I have found personally and through a bit of study that we are really driven by two things- goals and crisis. It really comes down to the pleasure or pain factor. We humans really aren’t that hard to figure out. Personally I prefer the goal oriented drive vs the crisis kind, which is why in episode 41 I shared all about the magic of goal setting. They give you the ability to produce things in an impressive way. To honor your spirit by growing and expanding.
“Of course motivation is not permanent. But then, neither is bathing; but it is something you should do on a regular basis.”
– Zig Ziglar
So the goal for this episode is to help you to use motivation to move the needle, up-level and move forward in your life with resilience.
You will learn:
- What’s behind the drive of motivation
- What influences the degree of it
- How to sustain it over the long haul
- A few ways to help you put your motivation on autopilot
- Where resilience fits it
I have found that when people tend to be struggling with motivation and just being stuck in life it is because of a lack of goals! Once you embrace regular goal setting you won’t want to stop and your motivation engine will be on fire. Seeing the progress you make week after week in itself is a great motivation booster and confidence builder.
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Till next time-