Most people think of motivation as a singular concept with many things that can generate it. I see motivation as having 4 different types and they involve both the conscious mind and subconscious mind.
The power of learn new things lies in pushing you to conquer your fears. Most of us are afraid of failure. We are not afraid to take up a task. We are just afraid that we might not be able to do it well. Self-doubt and low self-esteem lead to such an assumption. When you are truly inspired, there is no room for doubt. You know you have covered all the bases and have done everything to the best of your ability. Even if you fail at your endeavor, a truly inspired being will pick up the broken pieces and start over. Also, the valuable lesson learned from the undertaking will be forever etched in his memory.
Fact: When you want to travel to a destination, first you need to know where you want to go. Like the saying in Alice in Wonderland “If you don’t know where you are going, any road will get you there”. Imagine going to a train station and asking for a ticket, the first question asked will be ‘Where to?’ First you need to know where you want to go and you need a reason for wanting to go there. You need to feel the excitement of reaching your destination. The feeling of arriving at your destination needs to be more powerful than the feeling of staying where you are.
Break those goals down (if you need to) because having them in smaller chunks keeps you motivated constantly in by T motivation. The last thing you need is to be flipping between AF and T motivators all the time.
Now you’re all fired up with enough motivation to conquer the world – and your energy levels are through the roof! You leap out of bed in the morning and head to the gym. Workout finished you shower and head to the office, spending your day making every big deal your competitors can’t. You’re moving and grooving, rocking down the house and demolishing the obstacles that stray into your path. You head home and leave your spouse tired, sore and sporting a silly grin that just won’t go away. Life is FANTASTIC and can only get better…
My lifelong mission has been to inspire people… myself, as well as others. That’s why I’ve been drawn to pursuits in the arts – I’ve been a singer, an actor, and a writer throughout my life, whatever else I may have been doing for money. And I’ve been fortunate enough to make a fair amount of my living from my creative endeavors, too. This experience has taught me something about inspiration, the forces that work against it, and what it takes to kindle (and rekindle) your passion for work and life.
Inspiration also calls for drawing on your reserves of passion and fervor. When you are really into something, it is apt to assume that you will excel at it. So, inspiration also means showing all your excitement and ardor in your work or something that is important to you.
However, don’t let your problems stop or hold you back. At the same time, don’t sweep your problems under the carpet. The key is to solve them without losing sight of your goals. Hence, the tools today will be great to help you smoothen the journey.