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Motivation Index


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  1. Keep On Keepin' On By Leslie Fieger
    In those times when everything seems to be going just perfectly, it is easy to keep moving toward the fulfillment of your dreams and ambitions. You are in the flow. The whole world seems to be conspiring to create your success.You might be inclined to think that this is the way it should always be. Easy.I'll let you in on a little secret. If the going is easy, it is for only one of two reasons: the first is that you are on the wrong path; the second is that, if you are on the right path, it is…


  2. Are You IFFY? By Kurt Geer
    Many people say that working for themselves or working on Straight commission is just too 'IFFY' for them.'I'd rather work for a company that will give me a check every week, that direct marketing stuff is just too 'IFFY' for me.''I couldn't quit my day job, it's just too 'IFFY' and your not guaranteed a job in 10 years. I want to work some place that will appreciate my efforts and I can retire from.'Well, if you're like me at all you'll realize that this is just our parents and grandparents t…


  3. Motivation; 7 Musings on Motivation By Jeff Herring
    1. Most of us are motivated by one of two things - inspiration or desperation. Most successful people choose inspiration as their motivation.2. “There’s always a way, if you’re committed.” - Tony Robbins. The question then becomes, “Are you committed?” Because if you are, if there is not already a way, you can make one.3.Once you set a goal and commit to a goal, you can have only two results. You either achieve the goal, or you have reasons (excuses) why you didn’t.4. We tend to get confused a…


  4. Why are You Living? By Sanjeev Sharma
    It was 4,O’Clock in the morning, my regular time to leave my bed and prepare myself for the day’s activities. But today, it was special…some thoughts were troubling the peace of my find. Why are we living? What is the purpose of this life? For whom, I am living? For my parents, my spouse, my kids, my country, my religion, NO, I am and in that manner we all are living for ourselves. If today anything happens to me, will my spouse, my parents, my kids, stop living? No, they will not. Then, what…


  5. Stop!And Name Your Intention By Martha Ruske
    I usually write two newsletters a month for my website, but recently I missed an issue. I had gone away on a “rustic retreat” weekend, and although I had intended to write it before I left, it just didn’t happen.When I got back I felt pressured to get down to work, but felt unfocused and distracted. When I was younger I would simply force myself to do things I really didn’t feel like doing. My method for writing term papers in college was to keep a bottle of wine next to the typewriter. Th…


  6. Motivation: How to Take Action By Jeff Herring
    Renowned motivational expert Anthony Robbins says that one of the keys to success is to “take action.” In his work with getting people to take action, Robbins speaks often of “massive, intelligent action.”I’ve taken that concept and expanded on it a bit, and created a concept called “CMICA (pronounced ka-mee-ka). CMICA stands for Consistent, Massive, Intelligent, Creative Action. Let’s look at each of these key factors below.Consistent - For action to be successful, it has to be consistent. M…


  7. Motivation - The 4 Most Potent Ways To Awaken Your Enthusiasm By Kurt Hurley
    ...it is in this whole process of meeting and solving problems that life has its meaning. Problems are the cutting edge that distinguishes between success and failure. Problems call forth our courage and our wisdom; indeed, they create our courage and our wisdom. It is only because of problems that we grow mentally and spiritually...It is through the pain of confronting and resolving problems that we learn. – M. Scott Peck, The Road Less TraveledAre there times in your life when you really wa…


  8. You Made A Mistake? Way To Go! By Rosella Aranda
    Mistakes have gotten a really bad rap. Whether you call it an error, a blunder, a screw-up, a faux pas, a gaffe or a boo-boo, no one wants to be guilty of committing one.The fear of not performing "up to snuff" leads many people to procrastinate or even worse, never to act at all. For many, this has become a major debilitating problem.Besides the obvious lack of productivity and the numerous aborted projects, this pathological postponement of duties leads to:-a guilty conscience -inability t…


  9. It's Not Enough By Graham Harris
    Whatever you are doing in your life at the present moment; it’s not enough. What do you mean it’s not enough? I’ve done all I can. I’ve a good job. I work as hard as I can. I get my tasks done. I’m really proficient in what I do. I’ve got a good standard of living. What do you mean it’s not enough?We want more from you. Why? Because we know you are capable of so much more. We know that you are holding back on something. We know you want to achieve so much more with your life. To be the perso…


  10. Give Yourself a Break - Get Out of Your Comfort Zone By Robin Henry
    The ProblemWhen I asked my wife recently whether she had become tired of being a midwife after 34 years, she said it was more physically demanding now that she was older, but that she was comfortable doing what she knew well and was good at.It got me thinking about comfort zones and the difficulty I experienced encouraging my TAFE teaching team to take on 'different' subjects from those they had been teaching year in and year out. ('But, I've always just taught bookeeping and typing') They had…


  11. Ten Major Causes of Failure By Christos Varsamis
    -Lack of a specific purpose in life. You can not hope to succeed in any field of your life if you don’t have a central purpose. If you don’t have a definite goal in your life then you will jump from one activity to another with no success. Almost 97% of people think and act this way. That’s why successful people, who have a clear goal in their life, are very few.-Lack of education. Most of the successful people are “self educated” or “self made” as individuals. You can have five college degree…


  12. How Can You Break Away from the Crowd? By Graham Harris
    Do you want to overcome those invisible walls that stop you achieving in life? Do you want to rise above those oppressive, learned rules and behaviours that keep you doing what you don’t want to do? Do you want to change those thoughts and behaviours you inherited from others during your life?If so, this article is for you.In our experience in order to live a more rewarding, fruitful and successful life you have to break away from those restrictive thoughts and behaviours. Not overcome, but b…


  13. What's Your Aging in American IQ? Take the Quiz and Find Out. By Susan Dunn
    TRUE or FALSE1. Older adults have more mental health problems than younger adults.FALSE. Overall prevalence of mental disorder in older adults is less than in any other age group, and general life satisfaction is as good as, if not better than, any other age group. (APA)2. People become more difficult and rigid with advancing years.FALSE Personality remains relatively consistent throughout the lifespan. (APA)3. Sight declines with age.FALSE Although changes in vision become more common with ag…


  14. Ask Your Question – Get what You Desire By Steve Brunkhorst
    "Questions get answers, advice, opinions, beliefs, impressions, stories, and more questions. Questions are about life, people, careers, achievements, facts, and faith. Ask and learn." - Ruby Bayan What would just the right question be worth to you? There is nothing more effective for bringing deep insight and understanding than a powerful question. You truly can ask questions that create meaningful change in your life. The right questions can lead you toward the things you desire. Questions…


  15. Keeping Your Eyes Wide Open: A Letter to a Grandson By Steve Brunkhorst
    One day, a young man was cleaning out his late grandfather's belongings when he came across a bright red envelope. Written on the front were the words, "To my grandson." Recognizing his grandfather's writing, the boy opened the envelope. A letter inside read: Dear Grandson,Years ago you came to me for help. You said, "Grandpa, how is it that you've accomplished so much in your life? You're still full of energy, and I'm already tired of struggling. How can I get that same enthusiasm that you'v…


  16. Kindness and Motivation Tips Challenge Groups to Make a Difference By Ginny Dye
    Do you belong to a group that helps make a difference in people's lives? Does your group struggle to find ways to help others? Tired of the same old Bake Sale-Car Wash routine?Below are five ideas your group can use to make a difference. These come from the e-book, "101 Ways to Change the World.1. Organize a Group or Neighborhood Yard Sale and contribute the proceeds to a worthy cause. One neighborhood adopted an orphanage in Thailand and worked together to send thousands of dollars from their…


  17. How to Become an Early Riser By Steve Pavlina
    It is well to be up before daybreak, for such habits contribute to health, wealth, and wisdom. - AristotleAre morning people born or made? In my case it was definitely made. In my early 20s, I rarely went to bed before midnight, and I’d almost always sleep in late. I usually didn’t start hitting my stride each day until late afternoon.But after a while I couldn’t ignore the high correlation between success and rising early, even in my own life. On those rare occasions where I did get up early,…


  18. Amazing Motivation Comes From Finding Your Mission By Kenneth Little
    Your mission determines the quality of your life for all time. It places you on a passionate lifelong self-improvement program. It's something you must have to avoid the unwanted alternative.Should you not have a mission then you will be on missin'. A missin' is the emptiness of life you get from not deciding to have a Mission.Without a mission you perish. With a mission you prosper.Websters defines "mission" in the traditional Church sense of the word - in addition it declares it to be - "a p…


  19. Make Motivation Stick By Paul Johnson
    Motivation is the elusive elixir. Not only does it help people do good work, and do it faster, but it also helps them feel good about it while they're doing it. Yet motivation always seems temporary, fleeting. We call a meeting, bring in a motivational speaker, and fire up the team. Yet, we know it won't last.What if we could make it last? What if we could make it easy for everyone on your team to stay motivated day in and day out, regardless of what was going on around them? You could expect …


  20. Training Your Mind to Help You By Stephanie Yeh
    Our friend, singer and songwriter Chuck Pyle, likes to say, "The mind is like a bad neighborhood-you should never go there by yourself." If you're mind hasn't been trained to help you, via methods like meditation, shamanism or NLP, it might really be a bad neighborhood. Our minds constantly absorb thoughts, behaviors, and responses from our environment. These various thought patterns and responses may or may not be in alignment with our goals. So, unless we actively train our minds to be respo…


  21. The New Morality By Tushar Jain
    In a world where dynamism alters egos and principles in a man every second, where men divest in tenets that secure them from being devout to something natural, where humanity seeks reasons to be ignorant just to feel sly and intelligent – we’re confronted with issues of morality. We can no longer be satisfied with being truthful incessantly, we can no longer be happy for the sake of empathizing, we can no longer be sympathetic in a world that beseeches us to be methodological, we can no longer…


  22. Motivation Tips Help Students Show Kindness to Others By Ginny Dye
    Many of our kids' attitudes and ideas are influenced by what they see and learn in school, whether public, private or home schools. Learning how to help others and how they can make a difference in the world can only benefit them and our communities.But how do you teach about helping others and show kids how to make a difference? Actually, it's quite easy - use one or more of the following five kindness motivation tips from the E-book, 101 Ways Your School Can Change the World.These kindness m…


  23. Understanding What Motivates People to Take Action By Victor Gonzalez
    So I wanted to buy a car. It was a tough choice but I decided that my next new car would be a Volvo. So I drove down to a local dealer and told him I wanted to take a look at a few Volvos and could he help. “Of course” he replied.After viewing a few of the cars I decided to test drive one of them. As I drove around the salesman went on about how great this car is and how customers don’t complain about the car and how they love their Volvos. I then asked him to be more specific about what …


  24. Have You Reached Your Full Human Potential? By C. Bailey-Lloyd
    Have you reached your full human potential? By far, too many souls have lived their lives wandering aimlessly about in hopeless despair. Each day, people awaken to a new day but dwell on the same problems from days, months, even years before. Worry and anguish seem to top the lists of those constant procrastinators and apprehensive individuals who would rather give up on life than find the positive it has to offer us all.I present a good example of the full human potential: Over 3 years ago, …


  25. How Much Fight Is In You? By Emily Sigers
    "All the adversity I've had in my life, all my troubles and obstacles, have strengthened me... You may not realize it when it happens, but a kick in the teeth may be the best thing in the world for you." - Walt DisneyWalt Disney, who often struggled just to feed himself, had to declare bankruptcy in 1920. In 1923, he made his way to Hollywood with just $40 in his pocket. $40 and a sketchbook!In 1928 Walt and a few friends, by the names Mickey and Minnie, took the world by storm in "Steamboat W…






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