How do you define success if you're unsure of your ultimate goal? The answer could be right in front of you.
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Regardless of whether you enjoyed a long, lazy vacation or glimpses of sunshine and soulful weekends, there's no denying that "back to school" season puts a charge into the universe that says "get back to it all!"
You have this one life. That's it. And believe it or not, you can actually choose to do anything you want with it -- no matter where you are or what you're doing right now.
Motivation is not something you have or do not have, but more like a throttle that has a low, medium, and high gear. Highly motivated people know how to rev up this mechanism every day.
The best way is to work with my kids' natural, intrinsic drive to be productive -- even creative -- contributors to our household.
Effort is your friend. It's the unsung engine of the 40 percent of your potential happiness that you can actually do something about, that's not inherited or the result of circumstantial influences.
A Personal Motivational Trend is defined by 1. what you are good at; 2. what you enjoy doing and 3. your experience of success.
Everyone falls into the doldrums now and then, which makes knowing how to climb back out an essential business and creativity skill.
"Whatever you want in life, other people are going to want it too. Believe in yourself enough to accept the idea that you have an equal right to it." ...
The easiest way to drive yourself well is to find activities that you love to do, which use your strengths, and deliver quick benefits or reinforce rewards by allowing you to feel better immediately.
I was asking it at time when I had a great job and a wonderful husband and good health and fabulous friends. And yet, the question was there, certain and clear: "Is this all there is?"
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