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Motivation Mastery: Generate Motivational Power to do Anything !

Hussein Attié, CEO I Engineer I Educator

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11 Lessons (38m)
    • 1. About the Course

      0:45
    • 2. The struggle is Real

      2:13
    • 3. What is motivation ?

      1:22
    • 4. Defining Desire and Passion

      4:32
    • 5. The Two Forms of Motivation

      2:37
    • 6. Association with Pain and Pleasure

      4:39
    • 7. Projection before the Initiation

      7:46
    • 8. The Misconception about the Process

      3:55
    • 9. The Continuous Cycle

      5:14
    • 10. What you Must Avoid!

      2:58
    • 11. Your Project and Wrapping UP!

      2:14

About This Class

When it comes to executing a goal , plan or anything in life we tend to run into a wall which is "Lack of Motivation".

We don't "Feel" like doing something even though we know that we have to or we have a goal that we aspire to achieve but for some reason when can't find the motivation to follow through our goals and dreams.

Why is that the Case? Is it Normal? Can We do something about it ?

In this course we will learn how to properly address the subject of Motivation , the various differences in feelings that we base our motivation on, along with figuring out the way to take the step towards our goals and dreams using a proper approach to Understand Motivation and Generating ours !

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Transcripts

1. About the Course: In this course, which is motivation mastery, I will teach you how to master your motivation and tap into that pool in order to get things done. If you ask yourself, what is this thing that we call motivation? That helps us get things done, helps us accomplish tasks through our daily lives. Isn't that a way to generate it as their way to just simply draw it out of ourselves and help us in our daily progress. If you've asked yourself this question, What is motivation? How can we get motivated? Why some people are more motivated than others? Then this course is for you. So let's go ahead and dive into the realm of motivation. 2. The struggle is Real: So the first thing we need to address is the struggle is real. Every single one of us at 1 in time, we often feel demotivated. It's like, you know, you have to get some things done, but you don't find that innate urge that comes from inside you to get it done. For example, you know, you should be eating, right? You should know, you should go to the gym, you should be exercising. But for some reason we simply use the word, Well, I feel demotivated or I don't feel the motivation, or can you just simply motivate me to get into? So the struggle is real. Every single one of us at 1 in time, we have struggled with being motivated in order to get some things done. Sometimes you look at in the visual that you just simply wander. Why are they motivated to do whatever that the what we are doing or where they want to do, however, but for some reason, you just seem not Have, you always just don't have that motivation that they have to get the same task done. Is there a reason for it? Is that a way to go about it in order to tap into that pool? So the first segment of this course, which is the struggle, we have to just simply accept the fact that, you know what, every single one of us at 1 in time we feel demotivated. It might be different for you, it might be different for me, but the motivation varies from 1 or from one individual to the other. For example, you might be motivated to exercise, while the same different person might, might not be having the same level of motivation for that specific activity. So motivation is relative and varies from one person to the other. However, AT commonality, every single individual at 1 in time have struggled with feeling motivated, or they have felt de-motivated to do a specific task, even though they are quite aware that the task has to be done. There's nothing wrong with that. And that is perfectly normal as the humans at the end of the day, we have to acknowledge our own strengths and weaknesses. And some days we are motivated to do something. And the other days we are not motivated to do something. But the question is, let's just begin with the foundation. What is motivation? 3. What is motivation ?: So let's start off by defining motivation. Motivation is simply the driving force that comes from within that helps us get things done. It is that feeling that pushes you in order to execute a task. Let's just simply elaborate through the use of an example. Let's say you're hungry. You're, you just have a specific food in mind or something that you craving that you want to have. Let's say you just finished a wheelie strength, just workout and you're craving a burger. Now, that feeling, which is hunger in this case, is going to trigger your motivation, which is that driving force in order to do a specific action, which is in this case food, grabbing food to eat, right? In order to accomplish a specific end goal. So that goal that you're trying to achieve was initiated through motivation. So motivation is the driving force that helps you get things done or gives you that push that comes from with them, right? It's an innate sensation which gives you that sense of urgency that you have to execute something, you have to do something, you have to accomplish something. So motivation is that driving force for us humans that helps us get things done. 4. Defining Desire and Passion: So we have established that motivation is that innate driving force that helps us get things done. But it's important also to distinguish that we have two other emotions. They're often confused as motivation. One of them is desired. So basically, if you're feeling hungry or thirsty, you go on to grab food or grab water in order to satisfy that desire that you want to fulfill. So from desire you proceed to feeling that motivation that drives you to do something. So desire is a temporary, must say, sensation where you want or you want to have something in order to satisfy a specific requirement or an end goal. For example, you're hungry, the desire to eat, you go ahead and indulgent food. If you're a Thursday you have the desire to quench that thirst. You're going to drink water in order to quench that thirst, right? But as you transition from desire to doing something, you have motivation in between. So you're designing something you've motivated to act. Then you have that driving force that gives you the push that you need to act. Also, we have an another sensation which is often confused as motivation, which is passion. When someone enjoys drawing, it's that sense of enjoyment or fulfillment that anyone experiences doing a specific activity or encountering a specific situation. If you are passionate about drawing, for example, every single time when you grab a pen or a brush and you paint or you draw, you feel that sense of fulfilment. That's passion. If you're passionate about soccer, for example, every single time you play a match, you feel that sense of fulfillment, satisfaction from doing a specific action, right? But passion alone does not provide an outcome. In order to transition from passion to doing something, you need that motivation as well. So you can see the link that we have here, guys. So from desire to doing something, you need motivation in between, and from passion doing something as well, you need motivation in between. So let's not confuse desire and passion with the topic that we're focusing on here, which is motivation and desire is basically a temporary sensation that requires fulfillment. Passion is basically a specific act or specific action or a specific situation that gives you that sense of fulfilment. Once you engage in that activity and both of them are driven or less, they would transition from that sensation to action through motivation. So it's very important to focus on motivation, which is basically the driving force that helps to transition from feeling something or thinking about something to actually doing something that will help you reach a specific result. So you can see that motivation is a bit tricky. And often individuals that get into the loop of feeling motivated, not really motivated, de-motivated, and just questioning themselves. Why am I not feeling motivated? What do I need to do in order to feel motivated? Or is it normal that I'm feeling motivated? So let's just go ahead and answer these questions in the upcoming segments of our course in which we delve deeper and through the definition of motivation. How can we go about transitioning from one, let's say from thinking about something to actually be motivated to doing something. And is there a way to actually tap into motivation? You know, whenever you want to do something, just simply feel motivated and go ahead and do it. Is that a way to go about us? All of these questions are normal. All of us at 1 in time, we ask ourselves these questions. Why am I not motivated? What is the motivation? Why is person acts more motivated than person y? So these are perfect and normal situations and encounters to have. So let us simply clarify and get into the details that we need at the end of the day. What's the point of view? Having discourse to satisfy your requirement of feeling more innovation. You want to know what is motivation and is that a way for you to be motivated? So this is the mean outcome that we're trying to reach from this course. We want to feel motivated or what is the way, what is the heart of what is the trick that will help us understand motivation? And whenever we want to do something, we were able to maneuver our way to execution through more innovation. 5. The Two Forms of Motivation: So we've established the definition of motivation, which is that driving force that comes from within that helps us get things done. Now there are two types of motivation. There is the innate motivation, that sensation that you feel that you want to do something but you have no idea what field, where it comes from. Let's say you're going to a gym and you want to exercise, and you're just simply you excited and motivated. You want to exercise and you feel the urge to actually go ahead and jump on the weights and exercise quite heavily, right? This is called innate motivation, where you have that sensation of driving yourself to do something. This is innate. That word comes from various subconsciously it can be simply the surrounding the ambiance, people exercising their engaging in the activity. It's simply influences you, hence drives that motivation for you to participate. That's an innate sense of motivation. The other form of motivation, which is the more interesting kind, the more than the thing that we can use is that generated motivation. It is basically a circumstantial sense of motivation that is dependent on you. Are you able to generate motivation whenever you need to be motivated? Now this is basically the key point that all of us want to get their, Are we able to just feel that sense of motivation whenever we do actually need to be motivated to get things done. There are two different types of motivation we're talking about here. We have the innate sense of motivation, and we have the generator sense of motivation. The innate sense of motivation is basically the circumstantial. The one that every single one of us feels at 1 in time based on various circumstances, whether you are a tournament, you're participating in an exercise, you're part of a team, let's say doing a presentation with team members. And you feel that sense of participating, the motivation to participate in that specific activity, that's innate motivation just simply clicks, you feel motivated and you execute. Now the other kind, which is the one that we're interested in, is the generated motivation that one we have control on. This is basically the motivation that we're going to learn. How can we tap into in order to help us drove from it, use it, drive ourselves to execute and do and fulfill our goals that we need throughout our day, throttled for our dreams, for our project are respectively. Because without motivation, you wouldn't be having that driving force that will help you get things done. So let's just simply examine how can we generate motivation. 6. Association with Pain and Pleasure: So in order to understand how are we able to generate motivation, tap into the form of motivation that we have control off. It's very important to understand the basic foundation for the human approach to different actions. The way we decide which actions we say I'm planning on getting involved them. We in general, as humans, we have the tendency or basically we are drawn to base our decisions with regards to two basic emotions, pain and pleasure. If something causes pain, we are going to avoid doing it. If something causes us pleasure, we might end up doing it because it gives us that fulfillment or achievement or that pleasure that comes from doing that specific action. So these are basically the two fundamental driving sensations or stimulus that we base our decisions on. Innately or subconsciously, is the decision that I'm going to be doing is it's something that will help me avoid pain or pleasure. This is happening at the back of our minds. For every single thing that we encounter. These two things pop out as this thing that I'm going to be doing isn't going to provide me aware that sense of pleasure, that fulfillment or is going to cause me pain was gone, just simply make me feel worse. So these are the two things that are at the back of our minds when we are encountering a specific action, before we are feeling that motivation to do a specific action. So why, why this is very important? Why on my highlighting, this is very important guys to understand that before we get to motivation, there are things happening at the back of our minds that influence how we interpret motivation or how we interpret a specific situation. And then it triggers the motivation. So basically these two sensations or these two stimulus as our pain and pleasure. So if something is painful, we are going to avoid it by nature, by default. Obviously, if you have, for example, a fire and form, you're going to put your hand in the fire. Of course not. That seems far from approachable. Why? Because, you know, it's going to cause you pain. Let's say you have a delicious dish in front of you. You're going to indulge why? Because, and it gives you pleasure feeling hungry and you gives you pleasure by eating it. So those actions that you're going to be doing or getting, getting yourself involved with are based on two fundamental instincts. The avoidance of pain and the seeking of pleasure. In various forms. Its fulfillment, satisfaction, happiness, gratitude, all these kind of sub-domains of these two basic foundational Musei, sensations, pain and pleasure. So when it comes to the subject of motivation, the first thing we do is when we take a look at a specific situation, is this situation we're going to cause us pain or is going to give us pleasure. Based on that subconsciously we have that click that gives us that motivational instinct in order to do something. But there's a trick for you to manually do it, rather than just simply depending, being dependent on the innate or circumstantial motivation based on just random influxes from your environment. Feeling hungry, being with a team doing the presentation, feeling thirsty. Irrespectively of that external stimulus, which triggers that innate emotional drive that happens by default. Different people, different individuals, they have different stimulus. But there is a commonality when we're trying to tap into the January generated emotional motivation. So we've said that we have pain and we have Pleasure. So before we engage in an activity or an activity that we want to do, your planning on traveling, or you have a specific project requirement that you want to do. But for some reason you just seem out of it. You're not motivated. You don't have that inner drive that wants you to get things done. But you know, you have to get it done. So what should you do in this case? Wash the second segment as we're trapping into the first step that we need to do. 7. Projection before the Initiation: So we'll have established pain and pleasure as the two basic sensations or stimulus that basically drive our decision-making. So before we engage in a specific act, if we don't have motivation, what you need to do is if you're not feeling motivated about something, you're lacking motivation by, you know, that you should do with that specific thing. The first thing that you need to do, think about it this way. You're going to project how you feel about the end result. Let's rephrase that. So we talked about pain and pleasure. And we said that pain and pleasure basically are the driving decision. Stimulus the happen on the back of our minds. We have pain and pleasure. So at a specific situation, if you are, let's say going into a meeting with your manager project, how would that specific meaning or how would that specific end result that comes from the meeting? How would it make you feel? After the meeting? Are you going to be happy? Are you going to feel happy? Are you going to be satisfied? Or are you going to feel that sense of achievement or fulfillment? That's one. On the other hand, going through that meeting, is it going to help you avoid a conflict with your manager? Avoid a source of pain, a source of discomfort, a source of agony. You have to project it in two different ways. So thats the first trick. Thus the first motivational hack that you shouldn't be able to do. Do not depend on the situation or the circumstance in front of you to drive that motivational force out of you. You have to just simply sit back and project, how do you feel about that specific action once you are done with it? If you're going to play in a tournament, how would it make you feel after you went? Are you going to be motivated and less fulfilled? Are you going to be happy? Are you going to be engaged? Are you going to feel a sense of fulfillment that will base your motivation? So that's the first step project. How would that specific act or that specific end goal would make you feel after you go about it isn't going to give you pleasure. That's one. And projected in the opposite way isn't going to give you pain or is it going to make you avoid pain? So it's very important to keep that in mind guys. So if something gives us pain, obviously we're gong to avoid it. So some of us will work in different, interestingly different ways. Some individuals were not motivated by pleasure. If we engage in an activity, let's say a personal activity, something you want to do for yourself. You're not pressured by your manager, you're not pressured by a superior of yours to do with just simply something you wanna do by yourself. Even if it gives you pleasure, even if you know that you have that sense of fulfillment afterwards. Yet it doesn't click that motivational spork in you to drive action. But if you've project and you think about it, that you know what? If I don't do this, I'll end up feeling unhappy, miserable, agonized. Uncomfortable, that might drive that mortar visual trigger in you not seeking pleasure rather than avoiding pain. So it's a very delicate point to keep that in mind whenever you're encountering a specific situation or you want to do something projected in multiple ways. Are you going to feel pleasure or a gong to be happy, or you're going to be satisfied, or you're going to feel fulfilled or had that sense of achievement after doing something. Question mark, if when you say yes, does ignite something in you that you feel a spark that you know what, yes, I'm going to do it because it makes me feel happy and making me feel accomplished MSM and feel fulfilled, et cetera. F naught, go the other way, try the other way around. If I don't do it, how would that make me feel? A sense of less of a lack of accomplishment, feeling left behind, uncomfortable, agonized, painful, et cetera. That might do the trick, even though you are not motivated by avoiding pain, discomfort that you want to avoid, what gives me the push that you need in order to feel motivated. So motivation is based on two different criteria, is drawn from two different criteria, from seeking fulfilment, seeking pleasure, avoiding pain, and avoiding discomfort. So whatever thing that you come across, you should just simply project the outcome from that specific action isn't going to be pain or pleasure. If achieving pleasure from an act doesn't give you fulfillment, think about it. What pain could you avoid from not doing that specific thing that might give it a push? Because either way, many of us are stimulated and different ways. Many of us are motivated and driven in different ways. Not all of us operating the same way. Some of us are just simply motivated based on the foreseen pleasure. Stimulated by avoiding or keeping in mind that the wanna avoid a specific pain by doing something. So that stimulus that drive, that helps to ignite your motivation varies. But at the end of the day, the root cause for both of them as either pain or pleasure. So the first thing that you need to do is identify the end result that will come out from that specific thing that he was struggling to feel motivated to do. If I do it with that, bring me pleasure or it will help me avoid pain. Now, both of them, they might be perfectly reasonable, both of them, but be perfectly suggestible. And it's up to you to decide which one Basically you are more in favor of. Is that pleasure that you're going to achieve from doing that specific action of really high value of great magnitude compared to the pain they are going to be avoiding. Or if you just simply do not do something right now, you don't just simply try to do something right now. The pain that you might come across from not doing something, would that be of great magnitude of a great value? Based on that, the first thing that we're popped to mind is the urgency for you to do something. You're not motivated yet. You don't have motivation yet. It's very important to highlight this guys. You are not yet motivated and that is perfectly normal at this point, you are facing a decision that you want to do. You are preparing yourself to initiate a step, but you don't feel motivation. So the first thing you do is tie that action or the tie the end results from the action to pleasure or pain that projected pleasure or pain that you are going to achieve or going to receive from that specific action. Thou not. This is the first step. Now that will help you develop this sense of urgency. Now you know that you have something that you need to achieve from that specific action, whether pleasure or avoiding pain. Now you have that sense of urgency that you need before you tap into motivation to achieve. So step number one, project, the outcome into credit as a source of pleasure or pain. Let's see what is step number two. 8. The Misconception about the Process: So step number one, we projected a specific end result for an action and we tied it up to either pain or pleasure. Achieving pleasure or avoiding pain. Step number two would be taking action. This is the tricky part. This is where many individuals for fall short. They assume that by simply finding the urgency and you will be motivated to do something. But the misconception is motivation comes after action, not before it. That's the tricky part that generated motivation that we're talking about, not the innate kind. The one that you generate is based on action. So you project, you tie the unresolved to a specific pain or pleasure. Now you have that sense of urgency that you need to do something and you just go ahead and take action. Even though at that specific point you don't have the drive, but you have to take action without the inner drive to actually do it. Now the interesting thing is, once you do so, once you take the first step by yourself and you act after projecting to the unresolved. The interesting thing that happens is that all of a sudden motivation starts to generate from within following the action. So if you are, let's give you an example. Let's say you go to the gym for the first time. Everyone dreads going to the gym for the first time, extra starting for the first time. But what do you notice? What happens once you go and start and initiate a new force yourself to exercise. Let's break down that situation. You go into the gym because subconsciously you're tying it either to pain or pleasure. Let's consider pleasure. You're going to be healthier. You're going to be feeling more fulfilled, more shape. That's from pleasure point of view. Pain, you're going to avoid being, becoming overweight. You're going to avoid feeling sluggish, feeling tired all the time, feeling fatigued. That's a pain you're going to avoid. So that helped you get to the sense of urgency that you need to actually go to the gym and exercise. So you've got yourself to the gym because you know, it's either a source of pain or source of source of avoiding pain or a source of pleasure, right? Then you go to the gym, then you force yourself to exercise. And once you go ahead and transition and he actually force yourself to exercise, what happens is all of a sudden the spark of motivation happens. Now you're motivated, you're driven. So once you project the outcome, you force yourself to take the first step, motivation follows as you take action, the biggest misconception that many individuals fall into is the weight for motivation that generated motivation. There just simply come. We have mentioned we have 2 thousand motivation, the innate and the generated, the innate, a circumstance or could happen whatever point in time due to environmental factors, situations that you're in. Now if you are simply depended on that, the blood people waiting for that innate motivation to spark and for you to get things done. But if you want to get things done, you want to proceed, you want to progress, you wanna develop. You should learn how to tap into that generated sense of motivation and the way to tap into it, like I've mentioned first of all, is you project the outcome related to pain or pleasure, then take action. The first thing that you do is taking a step. Once you take a step, motivation will be ignited. Now, the following step would be, how can we keep the wheel on spinning? 9. The Continuous Cycle: So we have projected the outcome from a specific goal or action unrelated to avoiding pain or achieving a pleasure from that specific action. Then the second step would be taking action towards that end goal. Now at this point, your motivation will start to spark. It will start to ignite. Why you need to do is, is increased that flame and makes sure that the wheel keeps on spinning. How do you go about this node? This is basically the cycle which I came up with. The actually helps you put things into perspective. So we have action, right? Action, we said is going to derive motivation. So from action to motivation, what happens is as you are taking the action and you notice progress. So action, motivation, progress. That progress takes you back to motivation to do more action. So it's a continuous cycle where you have action taking you to motivation. And once you are motivated and you're doing something and you notice that there is a progress. Progress fuels your motivation to take more action and the cycle continues. Action motivation, progress, action motivation progress. So the more you're progressing, the more you're being motivated. So more division is like the fuel you're adding to the, what he called them. The progress is the fuel that you're adding to the fire of motivation, right? So you have action that force that you're doing, you're forcing yourself take action, then you have motivation, right? You are just having that spark of motivation. So what you're doing now as you're going into the action stage, that first step, taking an action and you notice that you know what you're getting results. What happens is those results, progress will fuel your motivation to take more action. Let's use the analogy of the gem. So you took the first step, you went to the gym month or two down the road, you'll notice results, right? You're in shape your further than ever. And what happens is that gives you that spark of motivation to actually, you know what question in the next exercise? Do any routine of workouts? Orca for longer, eat healthier. So that progress that you have noticed from taking that first step, from taking an action actually helped you elevate your motivation. And it's a continuous cycle. When you act, you're motivated. Motivated, and you find progress. Progress will fuel your motivation. And motivation will gives you more action. So action, motivation, progress, progress, motivation, action under the psych continues. The more progress do you notice through action, the more motivated you are. And this point, you don't have to be forcing yourself to take a specific action. You have generated motivation. It comes from within now, automatically, whenever you're gong to execute or engage in that specific activity or pursue that specific goal already your cycle of motivation is spinning. You don't have to wait for a circumstantial sort of motivation. You have projected the outcome. You have tired either to pain or pleasure. You took the first step, so you acted, you sparked your motivation. So once that spark of motivation yields progress, it's like adding fuel to fire. Progress will increase the flame of motivation to drive more action and the wheel keeps on spinning. So you understood the transition at this point, how you go from waiting for the circumstantial, which is the innate motivation, to actually taking things into your own hands, which is generated motivation depends on you on projecting the outcome from the specific goal that you're pursuing or dream that you're pursuing. And tie it to either receiving, we're achieving a specific pleasure or avoiding a specific pain. The second step, you act, and once you act, you find progress. And once you find progress in your actions automatically, you will feel that motivation sparking from within you is like you're adding fuel to the fire and you motivation grows to take more action, to drive more progress, to generate more and motivation, it's like a continuous wheel. And the first step to keep the wheel spinning or to spin the wheel is you taking that first push to act, then from ACT, proceed, then from being in that preceding stage, you're motivated as well. Finding results. Once again, those results even slight minute small results, will satisfy the flame of motivation. Because if seen progress and what happens is once you've seen progress subconsciously, you motivation will be ignited to do more actions related to your end goal to receive more progress. So that way your wheel keeps on spinning and he will not run out of motivation. 10. What you Must Avoid!: Now in this section, I just dedicated the section by itself because it's important to highlight there are pitfalls that you need to avoid in the previous process that I mentioned where you simply project, take action, progress, and increase their motivation. Youtube that progress. That trick here is have sufficient goals or things that you want to do, but not too much on your plate, where you end up being overwhelmed and the motivated. Now this is a tricky part. Why? Because many individuals, many professionals would just do as I'm telling them exactly as is. And what happens is the tech too much, they take too much on at the same time trying to cover many grants at the same time, overwhelming themselves, and they have no idea what to do next. And this leads or reverses the process where you feel demotivated. Why? Because you're not progressing. So this is a very important guys. And that's why we have the project set for you in the following segment that just the guide you through the process. Important to keep in mind as you're trying to pursue something, make sure that you're breaking it down to small bites, rather than just going for the entire list of goals that you have at the same time, split them out. You don't have to just have everything done at the same time. If you have a long list, rather than having ten items to be done on day one or two or three. But the Mach, two items, three items or 3N gold or to end goal, this breakdown, your big end goal to smaller end goals. That way, you can easily achieve progress and you can easily stay motivated to do more. On the other hand, if you have too much on your plate, you're piling too much on your plate. Whatever progress you're going to have, what seems so small because you're having too much left to be done, which will end up making you feel the motivated. So the trick here is have a goal, plan, an action plan, a project that you want to do, and break it down to smaller goals and tackle those goals one at a time. That way as you tackle those goals, you'll be you'll be finding progress and that progress will be acting as fuel to keep the motivational wheel spinning. Avoid having all of the goals at the same time to be done, at the same time, to be tackled at the same time. That will lead to frustration. Because due to the lack of progress and guess what happens when there's progress and there's no progress that has no motivation. So it's very important because the cycle I've talked about works in this either clockwise or anticlockwise. Either you have action motivation, progress than progress motivation action. If you don't have progress, you don't have motivation, you don't have action. So in the following segment, I'm going to give you a small project that you need to apply for the upcoming week that will help you grasp the concept and use it at a bigger scale. 11. Your Project and Wrapping UP!: So your project for this course will be quite simple just to simply show you how you can apply this concept with convenience and you can master your motivation with ease for the upcoming project. What I need you to do is, is pick a specific goal that you have putting, putting off for quite too long. Let's say you're planning on going to the gym, but you didn't go to the germ or you're planning to grocery shop. We didn't go through his shop or you wanted to write a specific paper and he didn't write that specific paper. I want you to think that goal, break it down into smaller goals, right? For example, going to the gym, instead of having three hours or two hours a fork out the Sam Goldwyn germ, I'm going to do 15 minutes of weightlifting or just simply do 15 minutes of cardio for today. And I'm calling it off simple as that. So break the end goal to smaller goals and project. How would that make you feel by the end of that goal? With that, make you feel extra happy, extra satisfied, or if you don't do it, how would that make you feel? Are you going to feel sluggish? You are going to feel worse. So you want to avoid the pain or pursue that pleasure, right? Like we have talked about. Then act. Take yourself and start the first step of that specific end goal. And as you proceed throughout the week, monitor your progress. Are you progressing? And how did you feel? Most importantly, because this is the point of the course. Are you feeling motivated as you are going about that specific end goal? And are you seeing progress? Now from this point onwards, you can apply the same strategy, the same motivational mastery, to anything that you want to do in your life. You can easily generate that motivation that you need to help you get things done rather than just simply being reliant on circumstantial motivation because at the end of the day, all of us have this illness, Right? So hopefully guys, you've liked the course. And if you did like the course, make sure that you follow the profile for the latest upcoming courses, wishing you all the best and leave a review on the course till next time.