100 Ways to motivate yourself

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100 Ways to motivate yourself

By Steve Chandler

Tip 6 : Simplify your life.

It is hard to be aggressive when you are confused. One of the benefits of creatively planning your life is that it allows you to simplify. You can weed out, delegate and eliminate all activities that don’t contribute to your projected goals.

Another effective way to simplify your life is to combine your tasks. Combining allows you to achieve 2 or more objectives at once. An aggressive orientation to the day – making each day simpler and stronger than the day – allows you to look at all of these tasks and small goals and ask yourself “What can I combine?”

Make a list of absolutely every small task that has to be done, say over the weekend, and then do them all at once in one exciting focused action.

Tip 9 : Build a track record
It is not what we do that makes us tired – it is what we don’t do. The tasks we don’t complete cause the most fatigue. The best way to change your belief system is to change the truth about you. We believe the truth faster than we believe false affirmations. To believe that you are a good finisher, you must begin by building a track record of finished tasks.

Stop worrying about what you think of yourself and start building a track record that proves that you can motivate yourself to do whatever you want to do.

Tip 11 : Find your master key
The great master key to riches is nothing more or less than the self discipline necessary to help you take full and complete possession of your own mind. Remember, it is profoundly significant that the only thing over which you have complete control is your own mental attitude.

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