Motivation – Part One

You may feel motivated after an inspiring speech or when you’re around a highly motivated person, but that type of motivation will quickly fade.

Pamela Miles

Part One – “How To Develop A Lifestyle Of Motivation” Series

Motivation shouldn’t be something that comes in spurts…it should be a part of your very essence. Even if you weren’t born with an outgoing or aggressive personality…you can become a positive, optimistic and motivated person if you want to!

True and lasting motivation must come from within. You must want to change and become a person who lives a motivated life. The “switch” that will make that happen is: You need to find YOUR very good reason for doing so.

Once you make the conscious decision to live a motivated life…in the beginning it will be an act of discipline. There are principles, if you make them a pattern in your life on an ongoing and consistent basis, that they will not only direct your life (and your business) but will change you permanently.

Motivation at its core is very personal and can only be achieved by making it a part of your very existence.

When you realize you are in control of your changing to become a motivated person, you’ll need to carefully examine your life for areas that are negative and critical, and replace them with positive thoughts and actions.

Life without motivation:

  • Dependent on others
  • Lazy
  • Negative
  • Unimaginative
  • Dull
  • Frustration
  • Failure

Life with motivation:

  • Self confidence
  • Energetic
  • Optimistic & Positive
  • Imaginative
  • Exciting
  • Objective
  • Successful

Upon choosing to start living your life in such a way that you are being “motivated on purpose”…you’ll notice the change in your life almost immediately and you will begin to hear comments from others that con- firm that change.

Keep a journal of your progress. It will help keep you motivated and it will ensure that you make progress each day and deter you from slipping back into your old ways.

Motivators:

  • Principle 1: Make a conscious decision to live a motivated life.
  • Principle 2: Examine your life for negativity and replace the negativity with positive thoughts and actions.
  • Principle 3: Discipline yourself to become acutely aware of the necessary adjustments needed to be made to on a daily basis to permanently change your attitude (and life).
  • Principle 4: Keep a journal of your progress.

Remember: Motivation is your BEST YOU!

This is part one of Developing a Lifestyle of Motivation…put the above principles into practice and you will be ready for the next installment.

Pamela Miles

Pamela Miles is the creator of CalorieConfusion.com, a unique weight loss plan that is helping women around the world transform their bodies and get their lives back!

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