10x Ultra Motivation - How To Get Motivated Fast!

Silviu Marisca , Founder of Skyrocketyourlearning.com

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20 Lessons (1h 50m)
    • 1. 1. How to Make this Course Work for You!

    • 2. 2. How You Can Get Motivated To Reach Your Goals

    • 3. 3. How To Get Motivated To Study

    • 4. 4. How To Get Motivated To Study - 2

    • 5. 5. The Truth About Motivation

    • 6. 6. Why You Shouldn't Rely On "Motivation" To Get Things Done

    • 7. 7. What Is The Difference Between External And Internal Motivation

    • 8. 8. The 3 Main Theories Of Motivation

    • 9. 9. How To Overcome Sadness

    • 10. 10. How To Overcome Fear Of Failure

    • 11. 11. How To Overcome Low Self-Esteem

    • 12. 12. How To Overcome Lack Of Interest

    • 13. 13. How To Overcome Procrastination

    • 14. 14. How To Overcome Stress

    • 15. 15. How To Become Ultra Perseverant In Reaching Your Goals

    • 16. 16. How To Reinvent Your Identity

    • 17. 17. How To Make The Most Out Of Your Emotions

    • 18. 18. Take Action Like A Pro / Apple Way!

    • 19. 19. The Two Essential Questions To Filter The Noise Around You

    • 20. 2o. Discover The First Step To Personal Discovery

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How To Get Motivated To Reach Your Goals!

1. Readjust your focus.

Imagine this scenario? A lot is going on in your mind, but despite that, you decide to watch this great movie and become completely absorbed in it. As you are watching the movie your anxieties about your job or business dissipate. Depending on the storyline, you find yourself laughing, crying, excited, inspired—even agitated. That which you are focusing on is influencing your mood. Your personal circumstances haven’t changed, but your new direction is now determining your feelings. When you readjust your focus, you can recapture your motivation.

What are you currently focusing on that’s determining how you feel and affecting your motivation?

How can you readjust your focus this week?

2. Identify your greatest sources of inspiration and motivation.

Grab a pen and notepad and write down the names of three people in whose presence you come alive—whose words inspire your faith and confidence?

What was the last thing each of these people said to you that meant so much, and how can those words motivate you today?

Get in touch with these three people this week. Call, email or visit each one and let them know that you appreciate them and the value they have brought to your life. Don’t be afraid to ask for help becoming motivated to achieve your goal.

3. Identify environments and activities that unlock energy and creativity.

Maybe you feel inspired while browsing the bookstore, touring a museum, playing at the beach, visiting the mall, or attending a concert. Or perhaps an activity such as mentoring, dancing, exercising, hiking or volunteering gets you excited. When you are in an environment that awakens your enthusiasm, you feel motivated because of what you see and experience. Spend at least two hours this week in a motivating environment or engaged in an exciting activity. Then use that energy to work on your worthwhile goal.

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