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Motivation

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Robert Berthiaume

on 22 January 2014

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Transcript of Motivation

Motivation is deeply tied to your goals.
Your goals are in a true sense your motivation.
That is why they are personal.
Tips on Daily Motivation
Six Sources of Influence
Structural Social Personal
Surround Yourself to Create Motivational Consistency

Motivation
is the reason for an action.


That which gives
purpose & direction to behaviour.
Motivation is
“what drives you”
Motivation
is your

"why"
If YOUR
“WHY”
IS BIG ENOUGH

Motivation
Define Motivation
for Yourself
Know your values
and principles
Defining YOUR values and principals will give you clear boundaries and guidelines.
will define your
CODE of CONDUCT
If you
define motivation in a personal manner
that is relevant to you, it
will compel you to take action.
Be Patient
Be realistic
Do. Do. Do.
Focus on your dreams
Start the day with passion
Feed Your mind
Motivation Ability
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3.
Social motivation
: Leverage Peer pressure.
The power of association.

4.
Social Ability
:
changing deeply entrenched habits requires help, information and real support from others. Get a coach, an expert.

1.
Personal motivation
: Tap into your desires and wants

2.
Personal Ability
: to change persistent and resistant habits Learn new skills/ tactics to stay motivated

It is all about attitude!
When there is a will there is a way!

5.
Structural Motivation
: Link short term rewards to the new habits you are trying to form

6.
Structural Ability
:
Visual cues that help you focus on your goals to influence your behavior

Setting goals

1. Decide what you really want to achieve.

Make your plan of action
Review your goals daily
3. Set a deadline for your goals


2. Be specific and realistic about what it is that you want to achieve.
Execute your plan
write out your goals
be detailed
include deadlines
be clear
Be grateful. Gratitude is happiness. Happiness is motivating
THE HOW DOESN’T MATTER
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