The A Z Of Motivation

The A Z Of Motivation

Pain may sometimes be the​ reason why people change. Getting bad grades make you realize that you need to​ study. Debts remind you of​ your inability to​ look for​ a​ source of​ income. Being humiliated gives you the​ ‘push’ to​ speak up and​ fight for​ yourself to​ save your face from the​ next embarrassment. it​ may be a​ bitter experience, a​ friend’s tragic story, a​ great movie, or​ an​ inspiring book that will help you to​ get up and​ get just the​ right amount of​ motivation you need in​ order to​ improve yourself.

With all the​ people trying to​ pull you down and​ waiting for​ you to​ fail, how can you stay motivated and​ positive?

Try this a​ to​ Z of​ tips for​ motivation

A - Achieving your dreams. Avoid negative people, things and​ places because they will only drag you down. Eleanor Roosevelt once said, “The future belongs to​ those who believe in​ the​ beauty of​ their dreams.”

B - Believe in​ your self, and​ in​ what you can do. Believe in​ your possibilities and​ your dreams. Every advancement of​ humankind has taken place because someone believed in​ themselves.

C – Consider all of​ the​ angles and​ aspects of​ everything you encounter, whether it​ is​ people or​ situations. Motivation comes from strength of​ purpose. Being able to​ see both points of​ view will give you more chance of​ being successful and​ keeping those around you motivated too.

D – Don’t give up and​ don’t give in. Every successful person from J K Rowling to​ Walt Disney to​ Sylvester Stallone to​ Thomas Edison had multiple failures before being successful. Sometimes their failures or​ rejections ran into the​ hundreds before they achieved success.

E – Enjoy. Work as​ if​ you don’t need money. Dance as​ if​ nobody’s watching. Love as​ if​ you never cried. Learn as​ if​ you’ll live forever. Motivation takes place when people are happy.

F – Family and​ Friends. Use your family and​ friends to​ help you stay motivated. the​ big football teams have cheerleaders and​ fans to​ encourage them. Your family and​ friends can be your cheerleaders and​ fans. Use them to​ keep you going when you feel your motivation drifting.

G – Give that little bit extra. Self improvement happens everywhere all the​ time, whether you are at​ home, at​ work or​ at​ school. Anthony Robbins tells us that the​ difference in​ effort between excellent and​ outstanding is​ miniscule, yet the​ difference in​ rewards is​ massive. Giving that little bit extra can put you into the​ outstanding.

H – Hang on to​ your dreams. There may be times when it​ looks bleak, but hang on to​ your dreams. the​ night is​ darkest just before the​ dawn. it​ is​ at​ this moment that you are closest to​ success and​ 95% of​ people will give up. Push through this moment and​ you’ll achieve your dreams.

I – Ignore those who try to​ destroy you. Don’t get involved in​ their dramas or​ toxicity – just walk away. Surround yourself with people who will encourage and​ support you. Remove those who want to​ pull you down and​ watch you fail from your life. You’ll find it​ much easier to​ stay motivated.

J – Joy and​ gratitude. Perhaps two of​ the​ fundamentals for​ motivation and​ success is​ to​ be joyful in​ what you do and​ grateful for​ what you have.

K – Keep pushing forwards no matter how hard life may seem. in​ the​ toughest moments you can choose to​ move forwards or​ to​ run away. It’s your decision – one path brings you closer to​ the​ success, the​ other takes you away from it. Which do you want to​ follow?

L – Learn to​ love your self. This isn’t as​ easy as​ it​ sounds for​ most people, but by loving yourself you will be happier and​ more motivated because you will believe you deserve what you achieve.

M – Make things happen. Motivation and​ success doesn’t come from sitting in​ front of​ the​ television drinking coke and​ eating pizza. Take action and​ you’ll achieve your dreams.

N – Never lie, cheat or​ steal. Always play a​ fair game. at​ the​ end of​ the​ day, if​ you live a​ dishonest life, it​ will come back to​ you. Living an​ honest, fair life allows you to​ be proud of​ what you do.

O – Open your eyes. Everyone has a​ set of​ blinkers that they wear and​ see everything through them, i.e. how they would like things to​ be. Look at​ life with open eyes and​ see things how they are, and​ see them how you want them to​ be. Then take action to​ make it​ happen.

P – Practice makes perfect. the​ more you practice, the​ better you become. a​ top sportsman doesn’t reach their status through a​ single practice or​ game. They practice harder and​ longer than anyone else, and​ as​ such, are rewarded more than anyone else.

Q – Quitters never win. and​ winners never quit. So, which do you want to​ be?

R – Ready yourself. Always be ready to​ take advantage of​ the​ opportunities and​ situations presented to​ you. Prepare in​ advance, and​ ignore the​ voice telling you to​ put it​ off until tomorrow. Remember, it​ wasn’t raining when Noah built the​ ark!

S – Stop procrastinating. You can put it​ all off until tomorrow, but one day there will be no more tomorrows. Start procrastinating about procrastinating and​ do tomorrows jobs today.

T – Take control of​ your life. Discipline and​ self control are synonymous with motivation. So many people believe their lives are out of​ their control. Look at​ your life in​ detail and​ you’ll discover you have more areas under your control than you think.

U – Understand others. if​ you know very well how to​ talk, you should also learn how to​ listen. You have two ears and​ one mouth for​ a​ reason. Understand others and​ strive to​ be understood.

V – Visualise it. Your sub-conscious knows no difference between your imagination and​ reality, so if​ you rehearse your success in​ your mind, then your sub-conscious will believe in​ it​ and​ make it​ happen.

W – Want it​ more than anything. Every successful person has had a​ burning desire to​ achieve their goals. the​ Wright brothers didn’t invent the​ aeroplane because there was nothing on the​ television. They had a​ burning desire to​ succeed and​ kept going, even in​ the​ face of​ setbacks.

X – X Factor is​ what will make you different from the​ others. When you are motivated, you tend to​ put on “extras” on your life like extra time for​ family, extra help at​ work, extra care for​ friends. This X-Factor sets you aside from the​ crowd and​ marks you out for​ success.

Y – You are unique. No one in​ this world looks, acts, thinks or​ talks like you. Value your unique gifts, whatever they are and​ use them for​ your success.

Z – Zero in​ on your dreams and​ make it​ happen!!!

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