One Minute to Success: A Step-by-Step Guide to Help You Stay Motivated and Get Where You Want to Be
By: Kerry Dale
Copyright 2013 by Kerry Dale
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Generally, most people will not know what they want in life. They have a broad term of what they desire but, when questioned for details, they will not know how to answer.
For example, people want to be rich. They want to grow up, find a stable job, enjoy that job, and make a lot of money.
However, what kind of path will they take in order to reach that broad goal? People will have different answers because of their different lives and, yet, they all have the same answer of “I don’t know.” That is where their motivation will slowly die out.
Motivation is a push. The only difference is that you’re pushing yourself rather than having someone does it for you.
Normally, if you don’t have something to reach for, there will be nothing to motivate you. A broad goal isn’t going to get you very far if it’s not detailed enough to tell you where to go. Nevertheless, that doesn’t mean you can’t focus on something closer.
Motivation isn’t about reaching for the main goal, but to reach and accomplish the little goals that creates that main goal. Even if you don’t exactly know what you want in the future, it doesn’t mean that you can’t be motivated to do anything else.
Know where to put your efforts at, but don’t try to do everything in life.