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Feb 20, 2012 5:04 AM
Absence associated with balance in ones life, leading to physical or emotional problems and deficiencies in energy
Troubles in one's life starting to be conscious or unconscious interruptions
Feeling intimidated by enforced positive thinking masquerading as motivation

Motivation can be a Natural State

Being motivated is a organic state of interest and enthusiasm for a lifetime, which must be identified within oneself. As it's natural, motivation itself fails to require enhancement. The ongoing resolution of underlying distractions is called for for the natural condition of motivation to exist and to endure. If have enable you to uncover the hidden obstacles in any situation and more importantly to teach people in addressing these kind of underlying distractions for them selves, as an ongoing and necessary component of life, you will find the enthusiasm that is willingness remains constant.

The results you can expect:

Maintained enthusiasm
Renewed and dynamic solutions to conflict
Motivation that's not forced or a pressure, but a natural resulting correct self care
Skills to treat underlying problems and interruptions
A return to the state of comprehensive attention
Ultimately a much more content and productive lifestyle

Techniques and Theories

The most popular application of techniques and theories is a superficial approach, addressing only the obvious difficulties and symptomatic troubles, of which poor motivation should be one. They do not touch upon your cause of these symptoms. It is the uprooting of the reason conflict and stagnation that will bring an end to your symptoms apparent in some of our external interactions. Put just, problems arise when what is going on inside a person is a odds with what is usually presented or expected, on the surface. Until the two are more similar, no matter how many times you improve on the surface, what lies inside the individual remains at odds along with the outer action and will always undermine all improvement.

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The definition of motivation is always to give reason, incentive, enthusiasm, or interest that causes a specific action or certain behavior.

• Examples: Reading a nonfiction book since you also are curious about the topic, or playing chess because you enjoy effortful thinking are generally internal motivation examples.

Using internal motivation, it will be much easier to stay motivated. Trying to find some internal value in everything you have to do can improve your overall performance and pleasure.

External/Extrinsic Motivators:

Your motivation to attain your goal comes from your source outside yourself. It reflects the wish to do something because of external rewards including awards, money, and praise. People who are extrinsically motivated may not enjoy certain activities but participate in them because they wish to receive some external reward.

• Examples: The person who dislikes sales but accepts a sales position because he/she desires to earn an above average salary or choosing that major in college based on salary and prestige, rather than personal interest in the major are samples of external motivation.
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