Monday, August 20, 2012

SELF MOTIVATION


     Self motivation - I will now introduce you one great method of self-motivation. When you have set up a goal, you begin your long journey. All you need is to work as hard as you can. You are likely run into problems on the way, do not be afraid of them. Follow your plans and overcome the difficulties step by step.
     We need to prepare well, develop action plans and put in a lot of hard work. Just be patient and remember that your success takes time and effort.
For athletes, the Olympic games are their highest level of competitions. They all want to take part in. It will take them four years of time to prepare for it. They train hard every day and never stop. When we see the athletes win the gold medal, many of them cry. Because they had paid great efforts that are too hard for us to understand. Finally their dreams come true. The Olympic games spirit should encourage every one of us.
     When you are on the way to your goals, follow your action plans every day. When you finish the tasks of each day, you can provide yourself with affirmation such as: " I have done very well today and I feel so powerful, energetic and motivated. I am happy for what I have achieved today." Write the feelings down when you are monitoring the process of goal setting. You will feel a boost in motivation. You can do this every day and soon your motivation will rise. You will be confident enough to achieve the goals.
      You can also visualize your success often. Every one of us has the power to visualize. Though your goals haven't become reality, you can imagine that you have already achieved the goals. Put yourself in the real situation of success. How satisfied and happy you will be? Evoke the feelings and emotions associated with the success you are imagining.
     Remember, you must have a strong desire for what you want to achieve. Most people fail because they don't have strong desire. If you set up a goal that you don't really want, you may end up with a life you don't want.
     You should also ensure that the goals that you have set are goals you want to achieve, not what your parents, spouse or other people want to be.

2 comments:

Ginger Simpson said...

I'm making notes from your posts. I need more organization and motivation in my life. :)

Rita Karnopp said...

Wonderful . . . I was starting to worry I was getting a bit boring - and people were wondering when will I ever get done with that presentation! Thanks, Ginger.

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