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Motivation is the process that initiates, guides, and maintains goal-oriented behaviors. It is what causes you to act, whether it is getting a glass of water to reduce thirst or reading a book to gain knowledge.


Motivation involves the biological, emotional, social, and cognitive forces that activate behavior. In everyday usage, the term "motivation" is frequently used to describe why a person does something. It is the driving force behind human actions.

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Motivation is the process that initiates, guides, and maintains goal-oriented behaviors. It is what causes you to act, whether it is getting a glass of water to reduce thirst or reading a book to gain knowledge.


Motivation involves the biological, emotional, social, and cognitive forces that activate behavior. In everyday usage, the term "motivation" is frequently used to describe why a person does something. It is the driving force behind human actions.

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    If You Want To Succeed You Must Be A Leader Not A Follower (Motivation)

    If You Want To Succeed You Must Be A Leader Not A Follower (Motivation)

    If You Want To Succeed You Must Be A Leader Not A Follower (Motivation)

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    Qualities That Define a Good Leader (13 Personal Traits)
    Everyone can be a leader, yet only a select few can become a great leader. Regardless if have worked your way up the corporate ladder or just started your own business, the route to leadership is never an easy one.
    You will encounter various types of situations and emotions; there will be the good times, stressful ones, and even terrible times. However, a great leader is always able to lead a team to success, regardless of the situation that they are facing.
    In order to help you achieve better results for your company and make you a better leader, here are some key leadership qualities that every good leader should possess or learn from.

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    • 9 min
    People Often Say That Adversity Makes You Stronger But That's Not Always True (Motivational Speech)

    People Often Say That Adversity Makes You Stronger But That's Not Always True (Motivational Speech)

    People Often Say That Adversity Makes You Stronger But That's Not Always True. (Motivational Speech)

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    4 Proven Ways to Overcome Adversity
    By Tiffany Mason

    Does it seem like every challenge that you experience becomes a big headache in your life?

    No matter what adverse events you are currently experiencing, there is a purpose behind each one. For most of us, it’s difficult to imagine that losing a child or finding out that you have cancer is a blessing. I know from personal experience.


    I was sexually molested and exploited at the age of 18. It took me a while to view it as a learning experience. The way in which you view adversity will either allow you to be set free from the heartache, confusion, guilt, and fear or allow you to be negatively affected in every aspect of your life.

    After experiencing an adverse event, you will be at a crossroads. You can either view it as a blessing or allow your past to control the rest of your life.

    Here are four proven ways to overcome adversity:

    1. Surround yourself with positive people. Be selective with the people you surround yourself with. Indirectly they will affect your mood and your outlook. When you are in an emotional state of mind, it’s important to surround yourself with people who are supportive and encouraging. Human beings conform to those around them. Conformity is the change of behavior caused by another person or group of people. When experiencing adversity, it’s crucial in your development to surround yourself with people who are accepting of your flaws, mistakes, and imperfections. Overcoming adversity can be a challenge; when you have a supportive team helping you move forward, it’s much easier to accept yourself.

    2. Write. There is something so peaceful in writing down your thoughts. However short or long your journal entries are, the process of writing down your emotions allows you to reflect. There are many benefits to writing:
    Allows for self-expression
    Helps give feedback about your life
    Allows you to better understand your current situation
    Allows you to think outside the box
    Makes you a better philosopher
    Writing in a journal once a day can help in you overcome adversity. Whatever emotions, feelings or thoughts come to mind, jot it down. Years from now you’ll be able to reflect and see just how much you have developed.

    3. Be in nature. Nature is very therapeutic. Living in a society where we are constantly moving around, we are disconnected from the beauty of nature. Whether it be walking in the park or gardening at home, taking the time to connect yourself with nature is a very healing process. There have been more than 100 research studies that have shown that outdoor activities reduce the level of stress. With adversity comes stress and frustration. Taking the time to be outside is a way for you to nurture your being and allow yourself to take a deep breath and relax. The sun and the air give you a sense of calmness during the face of adversity. Take about 10-20 minutes outside each day and find your stress level decreasing.

    4. Start investing in yourself. There is no greater investment than the investment within your own personal development. Experiencing adversity is a great excuse for people not to take charge of their lives. We all face adversity in some way. What makes one individual succeed and another not is how they handle their adversity. Many of us allow challenges to defeat us. What we need to focus on is developing into a stronger and wiser individual because of the challenges. There is no better way to do so than developing your internal world.
    Get yourself a library card and start reading self-help books....

    • 3 min
    Leaders Don't Complain They lead| Just Lead!

    Leaders Don't Complain They lead| Just Lead!

    Leaders Don't Complain They Lead| Just Lead (Motivation)

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    What do you do when you feel lost as a leader?
    Always Growing tackles a common leadership challenge: How to successfully motivate, develop, and empower a diverse group of people to work together and achieve remarkable results.
    David has risked so much. Accepting his first leadership role at Trendex has meant uprooting his family and leaving behind a comfortable and secure position. The only upside may be that he is moving back to the place he called home as a boy - a place where his sister, Kelly, still resides and operates a thriving garden center.
    David quickly realizes that he is in trouble. He has taken responsibility for a division that is destined for the chopping block if he doesn't soon figure out how to motivate his employees, prioritize their work, and unify them as a team. Sharing his concerns with Kelly leads to a very interesting revelation...
    Can Kelly's proven method for growing plants show him the way to grow his team?
    Always Growing is a warm and witty guide to becoming a stronger leader, whether you have been leading for two days or two decades. This clever gardening analogy will lead you and your team to a bountiful harvest.

    • 2 min
    With Every Bad Experience Their Is A Blessing You Gain or Lose

    With Every Bad Experience Their Is A Blessing You Gain or Lose

    With Every Bad Experience Their Is a Blessing You Gain or Lose (Motivational Speech)

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    How to think positive thoughts:
    1. Focus on the good things. :Challenging situations and obstacles are a part of life.
    2. Practice gratitude.
    3. Keep a gratitude journal.
    4. Open yourself up to humor.
    5. Spend time with positive people.
    6. Practice positive self-talk.
    7. Identify your areas of negativity.
    8. Start every day on a positive note

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    • 8 min
    Faith and Fear Have One Thing In Common Besides The Letter F

    Faith and Fear Have One Thing In Common Besides The Letter F

    Faith and Fear Have one Thing In Common Besides The Letter F (Motivational Speech)

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    5 reasons why you got to believe in yourself
    1. Who you are and will become is 100% down to you. The reality is you are in full control of your life. So you are the only one who can achieve your dreams. No one else will do them for you. So believe you can achieve those dreams and you will.

    2. Once you believe, your mindset will be set to succeed hence it will actively be focused on finding opportunities. You will see challenges as opportunities to learn, attract different ways of moving towards your dream and notice more options on what you can do to move forward.

    3. You need to believe in yourself to get started and to keep the momentum. Use every bit of belief to fuel yourself to take action after action towards your dreams.

    4. Your vision of yourself and your life is your greatest asset. So make it a good one and use it wisely!

    5. Choosing to believe you can succeed will drive you and inspire you (the way an athlete trains for years because they believe they can win in the Olympics). (Fiona Harrold)

    5 tips to get you to believe in yourself

    1. Fake it until you make it. Not quite sure yet? Trick yourself into it. Behave as if you’re one step away from achieving your dream or that you’ve already made it. It’s all about your mindset so if you fake your belief in yourself long enough, it will come naturally. You’ll realize, “Hey, I can do this for real!”

    2. Behave and act like you believe and your feelings will join you later. Maybe you need to take the first step in order to believe. Treat every step towards your dreams as a success (regardless of outcome as there’s no such thing as failure, only learning). And with every step believe in yourself more.

    3. Work your own personal style. If you feel confident & attractive, you’ll radiate confidence & attractiveness (and vice versa).

    4. If you have a dream that you’re passionate about, you must protect it. Don’t let people interrupt you and tell you that you can’t do something. They’re simply scared they’ll watch you achieve yours when they haven’t achieved theirs. Protect your dream, go for it and inspire them to go for theirs.

    5. Look at someone who’s already done it. It tells your rational mind that it’s achievable. No one’s done it yet? So what? You can be the first. (Fiona Harrold)

    You can believe in yourself. You will believe in yourself. You do believe in yourself.

    Nothing is impossible. The word itself says “I’m Possible.” – Audrey Hepburn

    • 9 min
    Your Team Doesn't Care If You Are A Superstar!

    Your Team Doesn't Care If You Are A Superstar!

    Your Team Doesn't Care If You Are a Superstar (Motivational Speech)

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    1. Make time to lead
    To be effective, team leaders need to invest time in the role. Too often, this responsibility is simply added onto someone’s already lengthy task list, thus setting the new leader up for failure. As a team leader, you need to be visible to the team and available to support them. If you’re predominantly tied up with your own critical hands-on tasks, you won’t be. So, be sure to review and re-negotiate your workload before taking on a leadership role in the first place.

    2. Get to know your team
    Leadership is all about how you influence your team to achieve its objectives—something you’ll struggle to do if you don’t get to know your team members and what makes them tick. While it might be tempting to jump in and start making big moves from day one, remember that you’re not there to flex your ego.

    Take time to listen to your team members; find out what their issues and aspirations are, gather ideas, and identify potential strengths and weaknesses. Only then can you formulate a leadership approach that stands a chance of success. Getting to know who you’re working with is the first all-important step to bonding with the team and establishing their respect and trust. The old adage of listening twice as much as you speak still holds true.

    3. Communicate, communicate, communicate
    Once your team is up and running, it’s imperative to keep the communication going to build relationships, assess progress, and identify risks and issues. Plus, you’ll get more engagement from team members if they see you investing time in them and showing interest in their activities. Make expectations and responsibilities clear so that everyone knows who’s doing what, why and by when. This seems obvious but don’t assume everyone has your detailed understanding of the project at hand. Encourage and embrace new ideas. The more your team can contribute to the project, the happier they’ll be.

    4. Lead by example
    Think about the behaviors you want and expect from your team members and be sure to exhibit those traits yourself. You’re the role model, so what you say and do will impact the team’s daily work habits and attitudes. That said, it’s important to be yourself and to believe in yourself. If you fake it, you’ll soon be unmasked and you’ll lose credibility and trust.

    Be open, honest and passionate. Treat everyone on the team fairly, with respect and without favoritism and you’ll find those behaviors returned. Extend the same courtesy to the rest of the organization as well. Never undermine or criticize other individuals or departments in front of the team. Make it clear you’re all there to work towards success for the big picture.

    5. Reward the good and learn from the bad (and the ugly)
    Be quick to recognize good performance and reward it where appropriate. You might not be in a position to hand out pay raises and promotions but a little bit of verbal praise goes a long way in showing your team you are both aware of and appreciative of their achievements.

    Be equally as timely in tackling poor performance issues. The longer you leave them, the tougher they’ll be to fix. Look for the best in people and understand that mistakes will happen. When they do, learn from them and see how they can be prevented in the future. And whatever you do, don’t play the blame game.

    If you need to have a challenging conversation, do it in private; no public floggings. And don’t try to win a popularity contest. Not all your feedback and initiatives will be well-received, but if you concentrate more on being everyone’s friend instead...

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