An individual at Mannfred once said to me: "Son, you can be all you want to be in this life, you can do all you want to do and you can achieve everything you want to achieve, if only you believe. "I had heard these words before, no doubt, but something in the way he said it, stern the voice and certainly looking into his eye made me wonder, does he know something I do not?
I've been wondering and have tried to live according to his words
What is motivation? And what is the winner?
I challenge these questions in the article below, but first, let's see why we should try to get motivated first.
- Health benefits: Retarded are usually healthier than ordinary people – they love life and hence Leading have reason to be healthy. They have experienced the heights and plots of life and choose a healthy balanced lifestyle.
- Attraction: Opponents are magnetic – everyone wants to be around them, who does not want to be around someone who is always happy whether it rains or shines?
- Productivity: Protesters get it done – they can make attitude. They show more excitement for the day ahead and deal with each project with strong passion and interest.
- Positive Impact: Optimized people are optimistic – they have learned that optimism opens more doors to life than pessimism does. Their approach to challenges is different and they adapt better to change. They see everything good or bad as an opportunity to learn and grow.
- Energy: Modulated people have more energy and require less sleep than ordinary people. This is not due to caffeine speed or adrenaline plumbing but it is natural natural generosity and anxiety to live.
Being interested is the choice and prospect of no condition or status.
One of my favorite Zig Ziglar knowledge is that "You Can not Get Interest To Be Successful If You Do not Know Your Motivation" and with Laurence Peter "If you do not know where you're going you could end up somewhere else." These words could not be further from the truth.
Both quotes encourage action, both motivated vision, both motivated goals. It's important to have reasons and clear visual overview of what you want to get out of because because once you know what you want, you'll find out how to get it.
Knowledge of your motives enables you to discover your values, your dreams and your passion
Everyone has goals, but not all goals are the same. There are primarily two reasons why people get an interest:
1. There is a desire to gain
2. There is fear of loss
1. Susan is a woman, mother, employee, has a permanent job, financial security, great family and great social life – but she has a health problem
2. Helen is a single mother, a servant who does not necessarily have meat – but is in good health.
Helen, we assume, may be interested in the desire for financial stability, social security, partnership, status, recognition, etc. While Susan was more motivated with the desire to maintain her current lifestyle, it would look like adopting healthier practices like getting fit, eating properly, managing her relationships at home, her productivity at work, and her social status.
Both would have encouraging factors and so both would have goals to set and achieve.
The targets are carrots, they are stepping stones to achieve dreams, they are stages, milestones, they are the ones that bring us closer to success.
To have a goal is to have a sense and compass. road map to destination. Aim say & # 39; In order to get the first thing done, & # 39; and & # 39; In order to be the first one, this is & # 39;. The goals are necessary and are the starting point. Once you have clearly defined goals, your vision becomes clear and the action steps to achieve it will be more practical.
If your dream is in a higher position at work, set the smaller goals instead that will help you achieve it. You might begin to think about and write down what tasks your job will require from you and what skills, experience, education and skills, etc.
Once you've written it down, choose what you can do now and in your current ability. You could take extra classes, volunteers for work to improve product knowledge and gain increased skills.
The goal is a lighthouse, dock, checkpoint, something to be found that allows you to continue to succeed next, gradually to succeed in bigger goals.
Being a winner is not a single thing. It's a series of routines that will always make you a consistent person in all the experiments you make. It's a character trait, a winner has a positive attitude, an enthusiastic spirit and bold self-esteem
I'll start this chapter with some of my favorite sweets:
"Manage Your Destiny or Anyone" Jack Welch
"Do What You Can , with what you have, where you are "~ Theodore Roosevelt
" The way to start is to stop talking and start doing "~ Walt Disney
" Abraham Lincoln
"The one who is Waiting for something to get started could start with his shirt bags. "~ Garth Henrichs
Success Introduces Success
Success Introduces Success
] When you try something you thought you could not do before and really do, then the confidence you gain from achieving the goal will allow you to go boldly and safely to the next. Small goals lead to more small goals and when you look back, he fur you made significant progress towards the top of the ladder.
When you get used to the development of a winner's winner. Thoughts that say I can not lose myself because I will give myself all of my life until I succeed. Winners are not born but they are made – with small experiments great things can be achieved.
Well-attended businessman and my friend once told me his secret to success: score smaller goals.
It did not seem so much at the time, but he continued to say that he discovered early that his confidence was great when he worked or excelled in something. No matter how small it was. This attitude helped him quit smoking, train and complete a successful marathon and compete in a triathlon local
He says this attitude helped him every day to win a small goal and when he challenged or jumped into an obstacle or broke out personally , his confidence rose a lot.
He continued to say that maintaining improves his temper, trust, physical energy and mental agility. Profit he says is important for his success in business, relationships, family, life, interests, etc.
And I agree with him and have since developed this attitude myself
1. Chase Something
A little, big, something, something you can play in, something you can work in, something beyond the bigger goal – sometimes a sports club, art, photography, learning and equipment, travel . Anything you thought you could not do or were afraid to do you should do it. That riff you've ever wanted to band? Try it and see how far you get it.
The spiritual focus and dedication needed to succeed in the project will evolve into your attitude of mentor and mentality of a master who says nothing is impossible & # 39;
2. Do not Fear Failure
Everything in life is at risk
Although Henry Ford is known for his innovative assembly and American cars, he was not always well. In fact, his early business failed and he broke five times before finding a good Ford Motor Company.
Abraham Lincoln definitely falls into history as one of the greatest leaders of the 20th century, but his life was not always awesome. In his youth, he went to the commander and returned to private (now if you do not know the crowd, it's private as low as you can get.) Then he started a number of businesses that failed and became defeated in numerous runs before the office before becoming president .
Millionaire and philosopher Warren Buffet was not approved at Harvard University because he was told he was just not good enough. If he believed them, he would never have been the man he later became. His denial was his fuel to succeed.
NBA star and basketball legend Michael Jordan was rejected several times from the High School basketball team and was told he was just not good enough. He tried them wrong and later went on saying "I've failed again and again in my life and that's why I'm successful."
Winners often go for a hard time before they succeed. The idea is not to prevent failure, but it's continuing to try and move on and out of the comfort zone to get what you want.
3. Motivate Some
Speak word success every day
When you encourage others, you speak positive words, words of success and encouragement. A positive number in your vocabulary allows you to think constantly about what you are saying and you always believe it. Spoken words become reality and a positive number leads to positive results. "I have never seen a pessemistic general win battle" ~ Dwight David Eisenhower
4. Learn from the best
Legendary boxing champion and social activists Muhammad Ali made the slogan "I'm the greatest" his personal brand. Now he assumed he was not the biggest boxer at the time, but he said so often that he made us believe him.
He also said: "Being a great champion, you must believe that you are, if you do not, you pretend to be". and recognized later "I thought if I said enough, yes I confessed the world that I was the greatest." And what he did, and then won his butt to make it happen.
Try to surround you around positive people, people who inspire you. Who challenges you. If you can not surround yourself with self-help and motivational books. If you are more modern and on Twitter, follow mentors, motivators, quotes by exhibitors and inspired individuals. Continuous stream of positivity and motivation will let you inspire you and encourage you every day.
5. Get your mind right
Winning is a thought. Winners always share their wisdom with us, but we rarely rarely believe that somehow we think they are just amazing men. We forget that they are ordinary people like you and me who worked hard to make their dreams come true.
If we can look at our past and look at ourselves, we will realize that nothing can obstruct us, our limits are simply illusions, obstacles that must jump and gain. If we can convince us that we were born to work, we will eventually work. It is for us to stop questioning us and continue our success
The world is our playground. Let score some goals