Welcome to College Motivation. (Not just for college students)
If you are still attaining college, this is the right time. If you are not - Its the perfect time to realize that it's not too late!
If you get into a really good college, you're gonna get a really good job and become 'successful'. Sounds fun? What they don't tell you is that 90% of what you do and learn in college directly affects your personal growth and development.
For that reason, I introduce College Motivation. Learn key understandings that most successful and motivated people in the world have harnessed.
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
1. Harness skills to master prerequisites that only precisely successful people use to be motivated.
2. Find out what you love to do the most and excel on it.
2. Rigorously enhance views regarding learning and working.
3. Execute some mastering techniques that will help you rule your performance.
Every minute you wait is a minute you are spending without worth. Click the enroll button and change your life by learning about prerequisites to motivation and how it could help you change the way you think. Course Creator's job is to help you change your thoughts and your thoughts change the world!
Welcome to College Motivation. In this lecture you will:
1. Learn about my credentials (do I have the authority to teach you?)
2. Learn about this course and what it offers
In lecture 2, find out some of the ways in which College Motivation is going to benefit you.
WHAT THIS COURSE WILL DO:
Motivate you to do extraordinary in any line of work and eradicate any barriers that may be restricting you of breaking out of your shell.
WHAT THIS COURSE WILL NOT DO:
Leave you regretful that your money was not invested in the right place.
A first-look view on Personality, Discipline and Character.
Personality comes from being authentic. And, authenticity comes from doing the right things at the right time. Always.
Through this lecture, we will learn about:
1. How you should define personality?
2. How does a good self-personality motivate you?
3. What is a "good" personality?
Discipline is many a times viewed as a sign of weakness and this is rather prevalent in college. This lecture enlightens you on why discipline should not be misjudged.
In this lecture, learn about:
1. How discipline has been misjudge, but why you should not
2. How does discipline work?
3. How does discipline lead to a motivated life?
Look at what science and humanity together has achieved. The world would not be the same if everyone was an extrover or if everyone was perfect. This lecture views an insight on why being any one of the two is never a bad thing.
This lecture will make you realize why it's important to have role models. You may debate that its important to create your own path than to follow one. True. But here, have an insight on why doing both is important and why it is a big prerequisite to being motivated.
One of the final few prerequisites of Motivation is the ability to relate and learn. Relate from past experiences and from people who have changed the world. Its okay if you commit mistakes, but do not let it become a habit. If you conquer this balance between making mistakes and going through experiences to learning, the congratulations you just acquired have taken a quintessential factor of a motivated life.
If you have made it this far, it means you are motivated to do good. In this lecture of College Motivation, get the last piece of advise that the creator of the course has for you. Combine the prerequisites with the step-by-step guide and advise you receive in this lecutre and rest assured you are going to have a wonderful life - with hassles and problems - but this time with the weapon to tackle them all.
Here it is. The concluding lecture. Congratulations! Stay sharp and motivated. I will see you in my next course on public speaking, hopefully.
Take care and have a motivated life.
Most who have met Saheel only once will tell you how quiet of a guy he is. Others who know him very well will describe you his flagship skills of public speaking and motivating people.
Having recently completed his undergrad education, Saheel has fascinated some remarkable achievements in college. From being certified the student with best discipline in college to being awarded the best student manager in Kathmandu in 2014 (KCM's Zeus: The God of Management), the soon-to-be motivational trainer believes that the only thing that kept him going was the willingness spring out of his comfort zone.
Having excelled in college in extracurricular, he has now decided to use his learning from college into teachings for young enthusiasts. He undertakes sessions for younger students and working adults regarding motivation and life-skills of which he has received phenomenal feedback.
He aspires the work done by Steve Jobs and always relates to the theories of Simon Sinek.
Saheel believes that to succeed, you should get your hands dirty, your sweats running and do any task with quality as if you are going to be cashed a million dollars.