Sunday, March 18, 2012

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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Motivation Is What Keeps Us Going

There will always be times in your life when you have to perform tasks that you deem unpleasant for one reason or another—working with a co-worker you don't like, going to work on Mondays, taking the garbage out, driving to meet the in-laws at the airport, having dinner with the spouse's friends...

Doing these things just siphons whatever motivation you have inside you and makes you feel sad, tired, sorry, even annoyed. But did you know that there are also things inside you that actually make it difficult to feel excited and enthusiastic? Get to learn the factors that make you hard to motivate:

1) Your mindset: Your mindset is a major factor that can make you hard to motivate. This is because it can severely limit your understanding of the world and all experiences in general. Your mindset can sometimes be composed of growth-inhibiting beliefs, prejudices, biases and standards.

If, for example, you believe that nothing good can come out of your staff, you'll fail to see that there is a clerk there that actually has management potential.

If you refuse to believe that you can actually write for a famous magazine because you're a person from a small town, you'll miss out on an opportunity to expose your talent and reap its rewards.

2) Your comfort zone: We all have certain limitations in our minds. These limits are things we decide on based on our own personal beliefs, ethics and standards. Within these limits, we feel comfortable in and can pretty much do as we like.

Once we approach the outer edges, we begin to feel discomfort, shyness, embarrassment or annoyance. We do not wish to go further because we do not like what we don't know or haven't experienced. Because we have a fear of the unknown, we'd rather stay within our comfort zones because we feel safe there.

The problem here is that a narrow comfort zone can be a major factor that makes you hard to motivate. Each time you are presented with a new idea or experience, you check to see if it fits into your comfort zone.

If it doesn't, then you simply refuse, no questions asked. This is unfortunate because many of these ideas and experiences can be good for you. But you'll probably never know because you don't have the motivation to try them.

3) Your past experience: Did you get burned by the stove? That's probably why you hate to cook. Did your former bosses fail to show appreciation for your hard work? That's probably one reason why you don't feel motivated about your job.

Your background—personal, social and professional experiences—has a lot to do with how you decide things in your life. They can also be factors that make you hard to motivate. If these experiences are negative, they tend to make you more hesitant and unsure of yourself because they affect your self-esteem and confidence.

If, for example, you've only been met with rejection or ridicule in your life, it wouldn't be hard to imagine if you don't feel a strong need to excel or to improve yourself. You'll probably be thinking "So what? Nothing I ever did was good anyway. Why would things change now?"

Unless you consciously make an effort to identify these past experiences and then refuse to let them rule your life, you will always be hard to motivate.

Monday, March 12, 2012

The incredible secret to Eternal Youth

The Ageless Secrets
Here's something amazing I just found out...

Somewhere in the world, there exists a nation of people who live to be 120 to 140 years old.

Imagine that!

The people of this nation do not suffer from the ailments that prematurely kill the modern man.

Obesity, cancer, heart attacks, and other diseases are relatively unheard of in their society, because virtually none of them ever suffer from such diseases.

Men from this nation are straight, tall, broad-shouldered, deep-chested, slim-waist, heavy legged and have full heads of hair.

They remain virile well into their golden years, fathering children at age 100 or even older.

The women are straight, tall, slim-waisted, have well developed bosoms, perfect complexions, and luxuriant hair.

Women aged 80 look like American women of 40.

Learn how they do it here.

Men and women nearly 100 years old have perfect health, teeth, eyesight, and mental faculties.

It sounds like such a fantastical tale, doesn’t it?

But such miracles do exist, and this nation of “immortals” is undisputedly real.

These are the people of Hunza, located in West Pakistan, just 18 miles south of the border of what used to be the U.S.S.R.

This amazing civilization was chronicled in detail in an extensive series of articles in National Geographic, back in the 70s, by one Dr. Alexander Leaf.

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Sunday, March 11, 2012

Don't Settle For Mediocrity

True success in life can only come by not settling for mediocrity, we should always strive to achieve and get the most out of life that we possibly can, it is only when we push ourselves and give it all we've got can we then give ourselves a pat on the back for a job well done.

Success in life depends on self-discipline and not giving in at the first hurdle you come across or going into a project only half-heartedly, by pushing yourself that little bit further you will be surprised at what you are capable of achieving, this is what separates the winners from the losers or the successful from the unsuccessful.

All people say that they want to succeed in life at whatever they do but very few are willing to actually push themselves just little bit further in order to achieve their goals, and this is why some of us succeed in life while others fail.

How well you succeed is all about how bad you want the success, what it means to you, are you willing to succeed a little or are you willing to go the whole nine yards and beyond to achieve a higher status and be outstanding?

We all start out with the best of intentions when racing towards the goals we have set, we shoot out of the starting gate and run down the straight away but many of us fall back at the first hurdle, we don't push, we run
out of steam when the going gets tough, we don't pause to catch our second wind but come to a halt and give up.

We stumble on half-heartedly and cross the finish line in second or third place at best, if we even finish at all.

Never settle for anything less than giving it you're all. Here are some tips to help you remember never to settle for anything but your best no matter what the project is. It doesn't matter how big or small the project is, put your all into getting it completed.

If you think you have given it your best shot, pause and ask yourself, "Could I improve?"

Plan our your project but always be willing to make changes and work your way around the unexpected. It's OK to pause but get back into the race and carry on until you pass the finish line.

Hope these tips help in keeping you up on your game and staying motivated, talk to you again soon.