Top 3 Questions On Getting Motivated Answered

Posted By Carlos Batista on Oct 17, 2017 in Business Topics, Personal Development | 0 comments

Personal development


When you want to be as successful as you can get and achieve the goals you want to achieve, you have to have the motivation to drive you toward achieving them, even when you are feeling down or unfocused.


You may be asking yourself, “How do I get motivated?”  Learn how to do that and more below.


A top question many people ask when they are looking for motivation is, “How do I gain motivation?”  Motivation is different for everyone, so the exact answer will vary for many people.  However, the best way to find motivation is to look at the things, events, or topics that inspire you and cause you to get excited.


This could be your family, your occupation, a special cause (i.e. a specific disease that has afflicted a family member or close friend or preserving the environment, etc.), or some other motivating factor.  Determine what really excites you, then find events, occupations, actions that are related to that cause and be involved with them as much as you can to increase your motivation.


A second top question many people ask when they are looking for motivation is, “Why am I not motivated?”  A key reason why you lack motivation is that you are doing activities, events, occupations, etc. that don’t really relate to what motivates you.


If you are determined to preserve the environment, but you work at a company that doesn’t really consider its impact on the environment, chances are high that your motivation to work hard for the company is slim.  Therefore, you would be better off finding a company that fits more with your ideals and your motivation to preserve and protect the environment.


A third top question many people ask when they are looking for motivation is, “Is motivation the same for everyone?”  No- the same motivating factor for you may not motivate someone else to strive to work harder, do things better, etc.


For instance, your primary motivation may be to preserve the environment for future generations; someone else’s primary motivation may be to become the best at his/her career; a third person’s primary motivation is to make life as easy as possible for his/her children and/or grandchildren.


Whatever factor(s) really motivates you to step up your focus, performance, and effort, that is the motivation you need to achieve your best success and get the most enjoyment from life.


Mastering the greatness within


Carlos Batista Destiny Entrepreneur



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