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Warning: If You Can’t Motivate Yourself - Negative Circumstances Will. Free Report Explains

Self-motivation is still one of the most underrated subjects in the personal development industry. A subject that’s required to accomplish any self-development task you can name. Here’s 3 Secrets To Self Motivation.

 
PRLog - Dec. 8, 2010 - Fact: The person who can't motivate themselves is often doomed to a life of slavery to other people and circumstances. The unmotivated people are the ones who get what‘s left - after the self motivated people have chosen. To control your circumstances instead of allowing them to control you, self motivation is a must. The good news? Like a muscle in your body, you can develop self-motivation. By doing the exercises, techniques and suggestions in this report, your self-motivation will grow stronger.

Self Motivation continues as one of the most underrated traits most people overlook on their road to success. Evidence is seen in the little or no seminars, school courses or even books sold on this subject. Books on how to lose weight, find a lover, build six pack abs or get a job as well as dozens of other subjects  line book shelves in the average store.

Seminars beat the drum announcing the latest make money quick system or other money making business. But few if any sources are available to teach the one factor that makes achieving any of the above possible. That could be the reason most people have stacks of books, courses, and even exercise equipment collecting dust in their homes and apartments. Self-Motivation is behind every achievement, especially if it requires sacrifice, challenge or discipline. Few people have looked under the hood to find out how to develop self-motivation. Fewer people have consciously or purposely researched or studied it

Here’s a short definition. Self-motivation is a self-moving force or power that comes from within. This explains why without self-motivation some people born with the so-called silver spoon in their mouths often fail despite the advantages. On the other hand, people born into grinding poverty, no formal education or other handicaps manage to achieve staggering success. They do this despite setbacks, obstacles or roadblocks. This proves it’s not what you have ... but what you have within you that counts. Self-motivation is the missing link to most people’s success

Imagine, as you read these words. Millions of people are motivating themselves toward higher accomplishments despite obstacles or setbacks. On the other side of the coin, millions of people continue to wait, wish and forever hope someone will rescue, save or help them. Still others continue to sit and wait for success to rain down on them like pennies from heaven. And they wait and wait ... and wait!The ability to take action at the right time often makes the difference between success and failure. Successful moments are captured by self-motivation.

Here’s 3 Powerful Tips To Get and Stay Motivated

1. Choose A Specific Goal And Know Why
One very effective aid to getting started and sticking with your project, plan or goal is to firmly establish in your mind why you want to do it? What do youexpect to gain from accomplishing it? How will it help you? Get a sheet of paper and write the above questions down, along with your answers to them. Give this plenty of time and thought. After you've written your answers, keep the sheet of paper and review it periodically. As you work on the project, plan or goal feel free to update, change or add to it as new facts or information is revealed to you.

2. Encourage Yourself Through Self-talk
No, talking to yourself doesn't mean you're going crazy. As long as you're talking encouragingly. In fact, most successful athletes, actors, salespeople, public speakers, ministers and a host of other high achievers do this. The truly self-motivated winners don’t wait for others, they inspire, motivate and encourage themselves.

3. Practice Being A Good Finisher

One of the best habits a self-motivated person could learn is to be a good finisher. Most people have the habit of quitting, delaying, stopping and starting when it comes to achieving goals. Why?  Because they failed to practice on small goals. Once this practice is started one thing most people notice. They make fewer commitments unless they know they can finish. They also make better decisions and waste less time and money by not finishing what they start, buy or enroll in, for example.

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