Motivation & Goal Setting – Reach Life & Career Goals, Neuroplasticity, Stop Procrastination, Successful Mindset & Dream
Note: This course teaches you how to get motivated, develop strong willpower and finally reach your life & career goals through the right attitude needed, your strengths and a successful mindset. This requires practice and execution to see results. If you are serious with avoiding stupid motivation mistakes, this course is for you.
What Is In This Course?
In-Depth Practical and Successful Motivational Techniques In Reaching Your Life & Career Goals
This motivation and willpower course will teach you the formula to develop strong habits and motivation strategies and techniques, making sure you can be motivated every time it’s needed and necessary. Those are the best ways to form get motivated and stay motivated, from personal experience, coaching and knowledge I acquired. Its information you definitely need to take seriously!
Are you looking to learn how to become motivated, develop strong willpower and become the person you ever wanted to become by being in the right mood and mindset? If so, this course will teach you the best and effective ways to reach your goals and implement the right habits, attitude and mindset to become who you want to be. Enjoy J
As what Nelson Mandela says “It always seems impossible until it's done."
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In This Happiness & Habits Mastery Course, You'll Learn To:
Is This For You?
This is for people who wants to become motivated, have the passion and the drive to reach their life goals. After this course, you will be able to have strong will power and live the life you truly desire. It is not hard as many thinks, you only need to do it the right way. You will get the best of me to learn these techniques, but first, do you recognize yourself in these questions?
Then this course is what you need to get motivated and become who you want to become!
Why Motivation Will Change Your Life?
Let Me Show You Why Habits Will Change Your Life:
1. You Can’t Start Something If You Are Not Motivated. With these strong motivation techniques, you will get motivated and develop willpower in a fast, but useful way. You will not find useless or not-effective methods. One thing you will get is motivated and the passion to work on what really matters to you.
2. Keep Your Motivation Alive and You Will Never Quit. This says it all! When you are motivated, you are able to do whatever you have in mind and actually reach it. There’s no way around but have willpower and passion to never quit on your projects or goals. What would push you otherwise?
3. You Can Get What You Want. Being motivated is one of the most powerful to get what you want. You will get it no matter what! If you are able to develop this skill, you will be able to do what you have on mind and reach your goals. Trust yourself! You can do it.
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Just a quick note before you learn about motivation and goal-setting techniques to live the life you desire and truly want :)
First be aware that no successful individual in the world lacks desire and it is for this single reason that David Ambrose said, “If you have a will to win, you have achieved half your success; if you don’t, you have achieved half your failure”.
Dreaming is bringing first to mind an actual task that will firmed made firm or achievable by set goals. In the world, if there were no dreamers, we would have nothing to boast of: we would still be where we were at the beginning of all things; never moving forward, never breaking ground.
Your mind has the ability to expand and the more the knowledge gained, the better it is to achieve what you have thought out. It is said that no human is an island, and which is very true. No single being can naturally have all the knowledge he or she requires to achieve a specific task all in him or her. It has to be acquired by adding to what has already being learn.
“To make the right choices in life, you have to get in touch with your soul. To do this, you need to experience solitude, which most people are afraid of because in the silence you hear the truth and know the solutions.”- Deepak Chopra
Reflection is a very key part of getting one’s life right. There is a kind of satisfaction you derive from reflecting and looking deeply into yourself and the works that you have done. Reflecting keeps you on track, it helps you monitor your goals whether or not they are in line with your dream and aspirations.
It is advisable to always keep your motivation burning; without that your success chance will turn out to be very slim. There will come a time in many phases of your success journey where you will be exhausted, where you will need to refuel, or rekindle your determination to succeed, during those moments, you need to get your passion burning once more.
Most people who are undertrained think that they can’t possibly control external circumstances such as the economy and weather but they have the power to condition their reaction in a certain manner towards these external factors. For instance, if you are feeling cold, the action to take is to wear a hat, gloves and a jacket instead of just complaining about the weather.
The dream that you are not aware that it exists will never be fulfilled. What this means is that you need to take stock of all the dreams and desires in your life. This is the only way that you can make meaningful progress towards achieving them.
You can be very purposeful and decisive in achieving your goals but if you do not set a priority for your goal achievement process then all this can come tumbling down. Every goal has a price tag; some of them are 1000 hours, others 500 hours and others as little as 10 hours.
Isaac Newton in his Law of Motion which is also known as the Law of Inertia states that an object that is at rest stays at rest while an object in motion stays in motion at the same speed in the same direction unless acted upon by an external force. The point that is essentially communicated in this is that it takes much less effort to maintain motion than to start motion from a state of rest.
Visualization refers to replay of future events in your mind. It is almost the direct opposite of memories which constitute a replay of past events. If you imagine an event that occurred to you the previous year, the past month or the other day, this is called memory. On the other hand, if you imagine events and situations that you want to happen to you in the days to come, that is called visualization.
The Law of Attraction says, “You get what you think about most of the time.” This law has been successfully used by millionaires and high achievers throughout history because it has an incredible power. It is also known as the Law of the Universe. If you think that you will fail in a certain test, you will definitely fail and if you think the opposite, it will also hold true.
While successful people engage in risky activities, unsuccessful ones are fundamentally risk averse. Unfortunately, we live in a society that considers risk averseness as a virtue and those that express it are said to be wise. These are the people who stick to one job and invest in the riskless treasury securities that have limited returns.
How many times have you had a mind talk with yourself and delayed something just because you didn’t feel like it? Few things kill self-discipline like bouts of delaying something based on the idea that “you just don’t feel like doing it.” The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg illustrates how our brain responds to habits brilliantly.
The basal ganglia section of our brain is directly linked to behavior, emotions and memories. The prefrontal cortex, in particular, is associated with decisions and decision making. When our behavior falls into a specific pattern, we operate from a different brain realm, and do not use decision making faculties. It is more like going about our tasks on auto pilot.
The Hindu scripture of Bhagwad Gita brilliantly emphasizes on the idea that we must follow our path of action without worrying about the fruits of those actions. This approach allows you to experience greater detachment from the results of your goals and focus more on enjoying the journey.
The results may not be in your control. You may not have control over how something may turn out. However, irrespective of the outcome, you do have the power to control your own actions and feelings.
People who are intrinsically motivated are far likelier to sustain through goal completion than people who have their eyes on more external rewards. If you do not connect to your end goal or if it doesn’t have a powerful personal meaning for you, you are more prone to abandon it.
Do you believe that completing a certain task will make you more prolific and bring you lots of rewards? Or do you want to complete the task simply because you will experience a sense of purpose if you share your finished product with the world? The need for external rewards may keep fluctuating, but a strong sense of internal purpose can help you last until the end.
Get into the habit of meditating for about 10-15 minutes each day. In the initial stages, it may not be very helpful. At best, it can be a slight distraction from the habit. However, over a period of time, you will experience greater calmness, mental strength and the stability to take your bad habit head on. You may no longer rely on the bad habit for fulfilling a need.
From stress relief to self-acceptance to emotional stability – meditation can help you tackle underlying issues with greater ease. This frees you from the cycle of resorting to the bad habit for tackling deeper psychological problems.
Journaling has no standard definition. It is simply about recording and expressing your ideas in a written format. It can be a diary you maintain for writing down your goals, feelings or day’s events, or a gratitude journal that lists down everything in your life that you are thankful for, or an idea journal, where you capture all the inspiring ideas you come across.
Journaling is a highly personal experience as it boils down to recording your individual expressions. These are more like the written versions of the talks you often have with yourself or your best friend.
Self-discipline becomes stronger when it is backed by a strong will to overcome obstacles. At some point in fulfilling the goal, you may feel demotivated or drained. Your own written record will offer you the much-needed motivation and encouragement you are looking for.
When you read about how you overcame past challenges, achieved great results and put in consistent effort without giving up, you will find the inner strength to sustain through your goals. Self-discipline becomes simpler when you have ready references of having battled similar challenges in the past.
How many times have you said that you never seem to have enough time to complete the tasks at hand? All of us have 24 hours in a day, yet miraculously some people manage to pack so much into a day, while the others are left fretting for more time. How is it that some of us always manage to complete multiple tasks on time, while you personally find it challenging to complete a single project?
Time management is the key. It allows you to lead a more organized life and boosts productivity. Time management is one of the bedrocks of self-discipline, and being more disciplined involves judicious utilization of time resources.
Learn to say a firm and polite no to anything that you cannot fit into your schedule. Making plenty of commitments because you cannot say no and not being able to fulfill then is a time management disaster. Your high priority tasks suffer, you cannot do justice to any of the tasks and eventually feel drained. You feel low on energy and completely expended, without witnessing any real results.
Self-discipline needs a strong resolve. It needs the ability to rise above prevailing circumstances to do what must be done rather than what feels good or comfortable. Is it possible to increase willpower? Yes, of course. Willpower is like a body muscle. It exhausts after much use and needs replenishment. The workouts can be challenging. You may feel tired, sore and drained out. However, your muscle will be strengthened.
Hello there! I am an online instructor & business advisor teaching self-development, online business and marketing with video courses. I started selling stuff at a young age and my entrepreneur's spirit stayed with me. I now teach and help people at reaching the next level and moving forward in business since this is what I studied and love!
I need to admit - I'm a workaholic. I work 75+ hours a week building a great future for myself and the world. One of my goal is to help millions of people with my own money and encouraging the youth to strive in life, to aim for a better life and know they can achieve greatness.
Most people quit on their dreams or don't have a plan to reach them, so I do my best to motivate them and show them the path on how to get started and keeping going.
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