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The 5 Step Process to Develop Life Long Motivation

The 5 Step Process to Develop Life Long Motivation
Motivation is often cited as the magical answer to everything you want. If you were motivated you would lose that weight, write that book, start the business and so on. So how do we develop the habits and mind power needed to stay motivated on a daily basis? Here is my 5 Step Process to Develop Life Long Motivation. But, here’s a question: What if motivation never strikes? What are you going to do then? Is Motivation The Solution? I often hear people say “if I could just find the motivation to…” Within these words are an implication. If you were motivated you would pay off that debt, find a new job, and go back to school. But what if that’s not the case? What if motivation isn’t the solution? What if motivation is a consequence of the actions you take? What Came First: The Motivation or The Action? I believe that there is a dance between motivation and action. Who makes the first move? The first step? Who leads the dance? Motivation isn’t something that can be summoned upon demand. How do you feel?

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The Nature of Ambition az said... well, that's so true. Soemtimes though, it's not due to ambition. Things just get bigger and bigger until you can't handle them. The important thing is always: do what you love January 15, 2013 at 1:22 PM

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