I Just Want To Be Happy (Transforming De-Motivation) [NOOK Book]


Section 1 -The Dynamics of De-Motivation
The Origins of De-Motivation - You will discover that the origins of de-motivation is not what you thought it to be, yet with a little effort, it is also not so difficult to rectify.

Drivers of De-Motivation - You will discover what's driving you to become and remain de-motivated. Which contrary to popular belief, is not what you might think.

The Effects of ...

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I Just Want To Be Happy (Transforming De-Motivation)

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Section 1 -The Dynamics of De-Motivation
The Origins of De-Motivation - You will discover that the origins of de-motivation is not what you thought it to be, yet with a little effort, it is also not so difficult to rectify.

Drivers of De-Motivation - You will discover what's driving you to become and remain de-motivated. Which contrary to popular belief, is not what you might think.

The Effects of De-Motivation - A self explanatory section. Brief, yet also from a fresh perspective that really means "Dynamic Techniques of Conscious Interaction".

Section 2 - The Dynamics of Motivation
The Origins of Motivation - You will discover that de-motivation and self-motivation are indeed partners in the same energy dynamics, that can easily be transformed from one state to another with "motivation" being in the middle.

Business Motivators - You will discover what core energy is driving and motivating staff. Is it core insecurities or desire? Is it all for personal self growth? The answers might well surprise you.

Section 3 - The Dynamics of Self-Motivation
The Origins of Self-Motivation - You will discover what's propelling individuals to be self-motivated, yet more importantly, this and all sections are from a perspective of "human consciousness", which is layman's terms means tweaking with human electromagnetics.

The Effects of Self-Motivation - Whilst we all know that self-motivated individuals ooze a magnetising appeal, what influences and guides that appeal has to date been largely unknown - However, we said to date, and now "after 10 years" of social studying this energy dynamic, the effects of self-motivation are coming down to a basic set of principles.

Section 4 - The Mentor's Role
As this module is aimed at D.I.Y. transformation, the role of the mentor is vitally important, in so much that the mentor needs to convey encouragement. This section guides the mentor, to be a mentor with a difference.

Whilst there are those that hold the mindset that a poor people cannot teach the wealthy to become rich, reality shows otherwise. Likewise, throughout this section you will discover that irrespective of age, post, or character. You can indeed become a mentor.
Step 1 - Observing
Step 2 - Maxing Observing The Results
Step 3 - Identifying De-Motivation
Step 4 - Becoming Friends With De-Motivation

Section 5 - Unearthing, Unlocking, & Dissolving The Root Core of De-Motivation
Within this module, section 5 is a very powerful and potent practical section outlining a step by step, easy to follow process of how to unearth, unlock and dissolve the root core of de-motivation. There are many real life examples which are packed with endless moments of "ahhh, of course".
Step 1 - Beginning The Transformational Process
Step 2 - Unearthing The Roots of De-Motivation
Step 3 - Unlocking & Dissolving The Root Core of De-Motivation

Section 6 -Installing Self-Motivation
We don't just leave you at the vital moment of dissolving de-motivation. No, you will carry on to re-program yourself with not just the energy of motivation, but the positive and productive human dynamic of self-motivation. Again, it is an easy step by step process using "Dynamic Techniques of Conscious Interaction".
Step 1 - Consciously Programming Positive Outcomes
Step 2 - Installing The Ultimate Construct of Reality
Step 3 - Applying The Will
Step 4 - Applying Productive Determination

Section 7 - Maintaining Self-Motivation
When you are self-motivated, it's not enough……. This section outlines simple techniques to achieve just what the title outlines - Maintaing self-motivation.

Section 8 - The Waxing & Waning of Motivation
A vital element in this module is to consciously understand that motivation "naturally" waxes and wanes. This brief yet concise section highlights that when staff are self-motivated, like energy from the sun, "one can make hay while the sun shines".

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044247437
  • Publisher: Beyond Timelines
  • Publication date: 1/13/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 173,423
  • File size: 152 KB

Meet the Author

For the past 15 years i have been largely involved in direct research of "human consciousness & human dynamics".In that, and putting aside the geeky stuff. I have attempted to put much of my work into a practical format, for easy reading, easy understanding, and easy D.I.Y application.Nevertheless, my work is not about me, it's about You! Yet, it's NOT positive mentoring, life-coaching, psychology, hypnotherapy, or any other form of an inspirational uplift.From the comfort of your own environment, as an individual, you select an online module, supplement, or both. Download it, then get to work applying.It's as simple as that.Though for businesses, corporations and whole organisations, we also offer live online staff development programs with a difference.As research and experience has shown us. Staff really do engage quicker, are more forthcoming, and develop faster when privately interacting from their own space, than from a formal work, or competitively exposed environments. Additionally, results have consistently shown that when engaged with "online interactive", employees are less likely to leave a company, and are 75% more likely to apply and remain self motivated.Lastly, employees stated with online interactive. Their stress levels were down to a minimal, enabling them to be more efficient. In the real world, this is said to save the average company 15 days, per employee, per year, equating to an average saving of $1,795 per year.$1,795.00 v's a $15.99 module produces a saving of $1,779.00.Yet it does not stop there -75-90% of all Doctor visits during 2012 were stress related. Depression alone cost USA companies over $50 billion USD, and UK companies over $16 billion USD. These figures are Government figures - which show a 50% increase from 10 years ago.Depression costs an average of $516 per employeeStress costs an average $818 per employeecollectively depression and stress cost $1,334.00, lost days cost $1,795.00 = $3,129 per employeeAt worst 75% of employees with face the above, at best 20% - though it averages 40%That takes the average de-motivated, depressed, or stressed individual costing a minimum of $7,822.00However, it goes further - De-motivation, depression and stress effects more middle to high managers than most. With front line staff, sales, creative, tech designers, and high profile movers/shakers experiencing richter scale stress -While there no accurate statistics, analytical data points to the average under-performing mid range executive costing a realistic $60,000.00 to $100,000.00 USD in lost revenue per year, with a high end executive $1,000,000.00 Plus......Kind RegardsDave G-Morgan
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