Cycle Of Motivation

So, What Is The Cycle Of Motivation?

There appear to be 6 parts to this cycle of motivation and I will attempt to explain them in my own words.

The first stage is commitment

If you want to become good at anything then you have to be committed. Commit to being the very best at what you do. If you are a trainee marathon runner and you take it easy in training and just goof off, then you will cause yourself more pain on the run.cycle of motivation

My advice is to play full out or get out. Commitment in any endeavor is a crucial element in your success, without it you are done for.

The second stage is developing skills.

When I started online my results were very poor until I started developing certain skills in the areas of blogging, article writing, and videos. But the success is building all the time as I get more proficient and skillful at what I do and it is the same for anybody.

The third stage is refining those skills.

This is the part that moves you from the wannabee to the professional. I am still on that journey. This is where your persistence and consistency kick in.

The fourth stage is all about change.

You can choose to change your career path, business or sport etc or you can reaffirm the project you have been pursuing previously but to pursue it with a new vigour There comes a time when you have to take a look at what you are doing and make a decision, either you search for something else or you make the commitment to continue the course of action that you are presently on and shake things up. If you are not motivated inside, then move on.

The fifth stage is awareness.

You must be aware of what is happening around you, what is available to you and what effect you are having on the people you associate with. You also should be aware of what you are passionate about. Always follow your passion in the achievement field. Passion will make the difference in your results.

The sixth stage is exploration. Be prepared to explore possibilities that surround you. Look at life as a child and develop a childlike curiosity. I have been speaking to a few people recently about growing up and most of them said, ‘I refuse to grow up.’ and I must say I agree with them because I believe people are too serious about things. So for me, the cycle of motivation is all about keeping things alive and fresh.

It is being aware of what your passions are and just going for it. Inner motivation is the key here and if you haven;t got it then you will struggle in the achievement stakes

To Your Success

 

Paul Bursey