I bet you the person in the picture above has enough motivation to spread around to us all, facing opposition from a shark!
Visualizing your end goal
When you close your eyes and imagine yourself having already achieved your goals how does that make you feel? Do you begin to see a big smile appear on your face? Does your breathing steady? Do you get re-energized to work? These are all sensations that most of us feel when we visualize our goals. Every morning before starting your day, close your eyes and picture your success at the end of all of your hard work. Let that vision and feeling you feel in that moment motivated you to push forward.
People and Material Possessions
Some people or purely motivated by material possessions which is completely fine. Write out a list of the items you intend to have and take it a step further and create a goal board that illustrates all of these things. Look at this list and goal board daily as well. When you wake up every morning, take a look at it so that you can understand your purpose to pursue your dreams. This will usually give you the motivation you need to get going.
Motivational speakers - books & audio
We can't tell you how many times we've listened to Earl Nightingale, Napoleon Hill, Eric Thomas, Tony Robbins and the like. We can practically recite their entire speech word for word, but the message continues to stick and hit you positively every single time.
One of our favorite motivational speakers that really hit you with that fire you need to wake up every morning and stay awake those extra hours in the night, is Eric Thomas. He's the man behind the powerful book, "The Secret to Success" and his newest work, "Greatness is Upon You".
His books and motivational videos and audio from TGIM to his mix tapes, infuse fire and desire in you every step of the way. He offers a handful of FREE mix tapes that can be downloaded at his website. We'd suggest you check them out. They will definitely give you the boost you need to move forward during the most challenging times.
Here are a few of our other favorites:
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