There is no shortage of motivational messaging.
But, motivation extends beyond temporary stimulation that lasts up until the moment you scroll past a message, stop reading, or someone stops speaking and inspiring.
Motivation comes from a personal belief and desire to accept responsibility for your life and take the necessary action to achieve the things you seek.
Periods of frustration often reflect an urging to succeed in some area of your life.
By understanding what frustrates you, you’ll better understand what fulfills you.
The message behind your frustration is priming you to make a difference in your life by creating new and meaningful value.
That’s embedded motivation.
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“Motivation is greater than temporary stimulation”…Profound statement primarily because “motivation” is most often fueled by an internal source and more sustainable whereas “stimulation” is typically an external energy which is more temporary. Only a thin line that seperates the two but distinct nonetheless.