Motivation

Build the Resilience for Overwhelming Life Challenges with Segmenting
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When we’re faced with a particularly difficult challenge in our lives, it can be hard for us to dig up the mental toughness we need to get us through. Segmenting makes it easier by keeping your mind off the big picture and on something you know you can do.

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12 Ways To Feel Motivated When You’re Least Inspired
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When you’re feeling overworked, overwhelmed and overextended, as we so often do these days, you may find yourself avoiding certain tasks, putting off a difficult conversation, or maybe even ignoring important priorities. You know that the longer y…

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A Special Forces Officer Teaches You 5 Secrets To Overcoming Adversity
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Here’s what a Special Forces officer can teach you about hanging in there and overcoming adversity when things get difficult in your life.

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7 Habits of Highly Motivated People
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I’ve seen too many people struggling with their motivation, or lose their mojo and wonder how to find it again.

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6 Obstacles Keeping You From Pursuing Your Passion (and How to Overcome Them)
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Discover 6 common obstacles that prevent you from pursuing your passion, and how to break through them.

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10 Motivational Good Reads
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With all of this in mind, here are my picks for motivational books that have some diversity but that may spark something in you. If one of them does, settle into it exclusively.

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Why RuPaul is One of My Productivity Heroes
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I’m often asked who my productivity heroes are. I’ve got plenty of obvious choices, but to be honest, long-term, I’ve gotten the most usable insights from

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The Four Motivation Types and How They Affect Your Habits
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To form a new habit, it helps to know what makes you tick—specifically, what drives you to get stuff done. Author Gretchen Rubin says most people fall into one of four motivation types. Knowing yours is key to taking on new habits.

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How To Stay Motivated All Day, Every Day
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It is believed that those that are truly successful and able to conquer mountains and achieve their goals are people that are flawless and that don’t ever have

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Yes, Life is Risky—Dive in Anyway
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How We Can Find Miracles in the Midst of Difficult Times Life comes at us in waves. Sometimes the surge ripples gently by. Other times it can pound the daylights out of us and leave us gasping for breath. How do we respond when that happens? I live with my family in Colorado so my […]

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6 Ways to Stay Motivated on the Job
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It’s easy to let the daily grind sap your motivation. Buck up, superstar, and dig deep. You already have everything you need to stay positive.

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Three Tell-Tale Signs You’ve Found What Truly Motivates You
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Finding motivation can be a constant struggle when it comes to work, but it can be a little easier when you find your motivators. These are the three signs you’ve found what really keeps you moving forward.

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Only You Can Quit on Your Dreams
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You have a BIG goal. A dream that you have always wanted to pursue. Just when you are about to do something about it, someone tells you that it’s imposssible. That it can’t be done. Or maybe that i…

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Thrive on Optimism
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“Perpetual optimism is a force multiplier.” — Colin Powell Let eternal optimism be your driving force. Don’t let people who thrive on misery bring you down. And don’t bring yourself down. Thrive on optimism.

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3 Secrets to Pushing Through the Dip (Before Giving Up)
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The dip, explained by Seth Godin in his book The Dip, is the idea that every new project or job starts out with endless amounts of drive, motivation and excitement.

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Ways To Maximize Your Motivation
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Motivation is something that needs to be replenished regularly. For example, when someone eats food to satisfy the need of hunger, or when a student does his/her work in school because they want a good grade. Both show a similar connection between what we do and why we do it. After all, you can’t maximize […]

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29 Quotes that Will Inspire You to Reach Your Greatest Potential
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That’s where this list comes in. Sometimes all you need are a few inspiring words of wisdom to keep pushing forward as you find out just what you’re made of.

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The Secret To Overcoming Procrastination: It’s Not About Willpower
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Procrastination is a universal problem. Even the most irritatingly well-organized people know the agony of putting something off until the last … possible … minute. Why do we put ourselves through this misery, knowing the consequences? And how can we overcome the urge?

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15 Surefire Ways to Immediately Get Motivated
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Motivation is the driving force that causes the fluctuations between desire and will for life. Just like hunger is the motivaitonal pull that drives us to eat, you need to create a desire to get motivated. Here’s 15 ways to help you get motivated immediately

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Increase Your Motivation by Consulting Your Past and Future Self
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If you find yourself losing motivation to actually follow through with the things you told yourself that you’d do–finish work, exercise, eat healthy, etc.–but end up saying, “I don’t feel like it,” you’re not alone. In fact, you have two other versions of yourself that are always on your team.

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What You Can Say Instead of “I Don’t Feel Like It”
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Too often we let ourselves be ruled by our moods — which leads to procrastination, a lack of exercise, eating poorly, constant online distractions, and more.

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The Surprising Success We Find in Failure
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How Pivoting Can Snatch a Big Win from Near Defeat We often look at successful people, hearing their stories of failure, and think they succeeded in spite of the fact that they failed. But that’s not true. Successful people and organizations don’t succeed despite failure. They succeed because of it. Near Defeat, Then a Big […]

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When to Use Positive or Negative Messages to Motivate Yourself
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Positive thinking can be a great way to motivate yourself to keep healthy habits…but so can negative messages, like a fear of failing. A new review of the psychology behind motivation gives us four ways to decide when a positive or negative message will work best.

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10 Tips for Motivation, Stress and Time Management
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10 Tips for Motivation, Stress and Time Management

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Small Business Ideas and Resources for Entrepreneurs
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Visit Inc.com for the latest issue of Inc. Magazine and get advice, tools, and services that help your small business grow.

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Small Business Ideas and Resources for Entrepreneurs
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Visit Inc.com for the latest issue of Inc. Magazine and get advice, tools, and services that help your small business grow.

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