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The 7 Best Blog Posts on Motivation

All motivation is a result of the interaction between our conscious and subconscious mind and there are several types to note, intrinsic (desire for internal fulfillment such as learning), extrinsic (arises from outside pressure) and self –motivation (ability to get what is needed done without influence). r

Having Consistent Motivation for Your Projects

Have you ever started off a project feeling really enthusiastic about it – perhaps even to the point that you were losing sleep? Whether it was a new business direction, or book, or piece of art, or home improvement, or diet … it had you gripped. In the early stages, you found yourself thinking about it in the shower, jotting down ideas in the evening, wondering “what if…” r

Big Goals

The Danger of Setting Big Goals

Big goals can become a double-edged sword. Big can get you off the couch, but it can also create frustration: I’m in the battle for my life, struggling in the trenches, getting shot at, and you want me to focus on winning the war? I don’t think so. How about focusing how to survive the next 24 hours? r


9 Ways to Wake Up Ready to Rock

I bet you’ve had days when you just want to stay under the duvet. Maybe you slept badly, or perhaps you just can’t face dragging yourself out of bed and facing your to-do list. Yet you know that if you could get up when you want to every day – rather than at the last minute possible – you’d be able to accomplish a lot more of your goals. r

Learn The Art Of Following Through: 5 Steps To Ensure You Will Achieve Your Goals

Why is it so hard for people to follow through their goals? Why some people can stick to their goals no matter what they face while others falter easily in face of obstacles? Definitely there are some things that those who had succeeded in following through their New Year Resolution or hit their goals know that others don’t know. Read on and I will share with you the art of following through your goals. r

6 Traits that Separate Winners from Whiners

Big or small, unexpected events will happen. You can not avoid them, you can only control how you respond to them. It is in those critical moments after the unexpected occurs that ultimately determine your long term success. Think about it: anyone can do well when everything is going great. What separates people who succeed (the Winners) from those who don’t and just complain about it (the Whiners) is how well they respond to life’s inevitable curveballs. r