Change what you do and you change what you get.
As you look back on to the start of the year and ahead to its end, remember that by identifying your #strengths and reworking your areas of #weakness, you can create #goals that will not only motivate you, but that you will #achieve.
Even the most #motivated of us – you, me, #tonyrobbins – can feel unmotivated at times. In fact, sometimes we get into such a slump that even thinking about making #postivechanges seems too difficult.
But it’s not hopeless: with some small steps, baby ones in fact, you can get started down the road to positive change.
With constant pressure coming at us to produce more, better, and faster, it can be a hard to get motivated through all of the work that we have to do on a daily basis. Hack Your Mind to Get Motivated
“We can find somebody better” was a blunt dose of reality.
Being told “we can find somebody better” is crushing. But at the same time, those words resonate and continually inspire me.
I keep that memory in my hip pocket and pull it out whenever anybody questions or criticizes my work — or whenever I feel I’m stepping out of my professional comfort zone.
It serves as reminder to move forward and, certainly, to never give up. #jobsearch #jobseekers #jobinterview
What Inspires Me: There is No Greater Motivator than Rejection | LinkedIn
Managers, teachers, and parents need to gain goal setting skills that prompt intrinsic goals based on optimally motivated, higher-level values. Individuals will benefit, but more importantly, it is a way to immediately begin shifting the values practiced in our organizations, educational systems, and communities.
If you find yourself challenging these notions, it is probably because most of us are conditioned to believe that setting goals for things we want (or think we need)–such as obtaining more money and the stuff we can buy with it–are part of “the secret” to success. #goalsetting