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 urge 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.
💡 You have to get over living in the temporary shelter of your own mind.
💡 When your heart is in a safe place, you can live anywhere.
💡 The deeper you dig, the more real it gets.
💡 Trust is one thing that changes everything.
💡 If you don’t know, just say you don’t know.
💡 Growth escapes those stuck in doing things the same old way.
💡 What happens to you and through you, outshines what happens to you.
💡 Miracles are “crazy” to those without inner vision.
💡 Substance is the key to life.
💡 Be thankful for your triggers. They reveal areas where you are not free.
💡 What would you do if you weren’t afraid? Bet on yourself.
💡 Busy is a decision. Make time your friend.
💡 There are some rules you cannot break – your personal standards.
💡 Perspectives change everything
💡 There is pleasure in helping others grow. If you’re there to help, you’re there to win.
💡 Decisions made in anger can yield a lifetime of regret.
💡 A good mood goes a long way.
💡 Let go to get what you want.
💡Peace of mind plays an important role in our daily lives.
💡 Never trust appearances.
💡 There’s more to discover beneath the surface. Dig deeper.
💡 You need people who can tell you what you don’t want to hear.
💡 Be the best version of your authentic self.
💡 The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are, not someone else.
💡 Avoiding reality is to your detriment.
💡 If you have life, you have purpose.
💡 How do you know it’s working?
💡 Discover the genius hibernating in your brain.
💡 Imagination unleashed goes beyond the limitations of the past.
💡 Quiet, calm deliberation disentangles every knot.
💡 Reputations are fragile. One incident of bad behavior lingers indefinitely.
💡 Chasing after the perfect solution leads to paralysis.
💡 Compliment and complement people more.
💡 Our greatest challenge is the mindset of people.
💡 Discipline is more reliable than motivation. The former can be trained, the latter is fleeting.
💡 We’re all biased to our own personal history.
💡 Imagine what would happen if we focused on what we like vs. what we don’t like.
💡 What is the cost of not doing something right?
💡 When you show up, bring all of you. Be exceptional.
💡 Happiness is an inside job.
Ambition is a mighty quality that motivates us to reach beyond what is considered possible. Whether we recognize it or not, many people are quietly ambitious. Some have internal ambition where they strive for personal success (e.g., entrepreneurship), and others are externally focused, where they strive for collective success (e.g., organizational growth).
While ambition has its ugly side, it is an essential ingredient for success. To better understand the nature of your desire, ask yourself: 1. Purpose. What is the motivation behind what you desire to achieve? E.g., Money, power, honor, helping others) 2. Vision. What do you aspire to achieve within a reasonable time frame? 3. Metrics. How will you measure how you are progressing towards your vision? 4. Priorities. What actions will you take in pursuit of your vision? 5. Promise. How will you hold yourself accountable? 6. Values. What guiding principles dictate how you accomplish your vision in good times and bad? 7. Behaviors. How will you act day-to-day and in the long-term to implement your vision and live up to your values?
Prayer is the first step in any venture.
Prayer is the key that unlocks faith in our lives.
When you pray, great things happen.
Prayer quiets your thoughts and emotions and prepares you to listen.
Too often, we pray superficially. Prayer, by contrast, requires concentration.
When you pray, difficult decisions fall into proper perspective. Therefore, pray for the wisdom to see it and the energy and motivation to do it.
When it seems your prayers have gone unanswered, what you need may already be within your reach, or you have yet to fulfill the responsibilities given to you.