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Best Motivational & Inspirational - 101 Mini-Motivator Tips - So be willing to keep an open mind (Self Improvement eBook )
     

Best Motivational & Inspirational - 101 Mini-Motivator Tips - So be willing to keep an open mind (Self Improvement eBook )

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Introduction Sometimes we all need a little push in life. Whether we’re itching to pursue the dreams we’ve held in our heart since childhood or we simply need the willingness to tackle mundane chores, we can often find ourselves mired in a rut of inertia and feel like it’s the most difficult task to rise out of it. The e-book you are about to

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Introduction Sometimes we all need a little push in life. Whether we’re itching to pursue the dreams we’ve held in our heart since childhood or we simply need the willingness to tackle mundane chores, we can often find ourselves mired in a rut of inertia and feel like it’s the most difficult task to rise out of it. The e-book you are about to read is packed full of helpful tips and techniques that are designed to give you the boost you need! There are 101 tips listed in the following pages, but don’t be surprised if you find yourself coming up with other creative ideas just by skimming through them. There are many more ways to motivate yourself than I could possibly list in a book, but those listed should be enough to get your creative juices flowing and get some great motivation building.

Some of the tips are deceptively simple, but can be very effective indeed. Please keep in mind that they may vary in their effectiveness depending upon your mood and your current state of mind. These factors can fluctuate widely from day to day, so a tip that worked for you yesterday may not be as effective today.

Therefore, be willing to try something new if you’re feeling uninspired by some of the suggestions. If you try a tip and it doesn’t work, try another, or perhaps alter one of the tips to better suit your needs. Most importantly, remember that “motivation” is simply something that causes the desire to act.

While positive motivators are usually more pleasant, don’t be surprised to discover that I’ve included one or two “negative” motivators in this book. What makes them negative or positive, however, is the context in which they are used. Though they may seem negative at first glance, they

are for a positive result, so be willing to keep an open mind about them if you think they might work for you. There are many reasons why we become unmotivated, and I touch on many of them throughout the pages of this book.

Your reasons may be in alignment with these, or they may be completely different. When it comes right down to it, the reasons for your lack of motivation aren’t as important as your decision to take control of it and move forward again. If this book can help you accomplish that, then our time together has been well-spent. Here’s wishing you all the motivation you desire, and a hefty dose of inspiration for variety.

Tip #50 – Think about your past achievements. If you’re feeling uncertain about your ability to accomplish a big task, take a few moments to remember other things you’ve achieved in your lifetime. Even if they wouldn’t be considered big achievements to others, if they were difficult for you they count! Think also about challenges you’ve faced, and how you did what you had to do to pull through them. Let these memories inspire you to greater heights now – knowing that if you were able to do those things in your past, you are capable of much more than you think.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013430464
Publisher:
colin lian
Publication date:
09/07/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
452 KB

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