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Get the Coaching you need, the results you want, and the success you deserve with the Daily Boost.

Every 9-minute Daily Boost will help you Clarify your purpose, breakthrough obstacles, and stay motivated. You’ll get everything you need help you get what you want in life.

Discover your purpose and WHY... Take control of your schedule... Get focused... and Eliminate distraction... Stop procrastinating... reduce stress and find more happiness.

As the Host of the Daily Boost, Scott Smith brings a unique, straight talking, and humorous, coaching and motivation style. He make listening fun, interesting - and with over 30 million downloads, the Daily Boost has proven to be highly effective.

Listen to the Daily Boost is available every Monday on iTunes, Spotify, Radio.com and others. Join our Daily Boost Premium Coaching program and get it Monday through Friday at https://motivationtomove.com.

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Get the Coaching you need, the results you want, and the success you deserve with the Daily Boost.

Every 9-minute Daily Boost will help you Clarify your purpose, breakthrough obstacles, and stay motivated. You’ll get everything you need help you get what you want in life.

Discover your purpose and WHY... Take control of your schedule... Get focused... and Eliminate distraction... Stop procrastinating... reduce stress and find more happiness.

As the Host of the Daily Boost, Scott Smith brings a unique, straight talking, and humorous, coaching and motivation style. He make listening fun, interesting - and with over 30 million downloads, the Daily Boost has proven to be highly effective.

Listen to the Daily Boost is available every Monday on iTunes, Spotify, Radio.com and others. Join our Daily Boost Premium Coaching program and get it Monday through Friday at https://motivationtomove.com.

    Resist and It Will Persist

    Resist and It Will Persist

    Resist and It Will Persist
    Is there something in your life that you are resisting?
    The old saying, "What you resist will persist" is always at play. It is a potent force in both enhancing and debilitating ways.
    In my life, I have learned the root cause of anything I resist is either fear of change or misdirected focus. Others say, "You haven't learned your lesson."
    In any case, the solution has always been:
    1) Identify the unwanted issue that is persisting.
    2) Identify what you want instead of the problem issue.
    3) Summon the courage to give up the fight. Accept that you have learned the lesson being taught. Close the door as soon as possible.
    What you resist will persist. Sometimes the only way to win the fight is to give up the fight.

    • 10 min
    How Happy People View The World

    How Happy People View The World

    How Happy People View The World
    Did you know that happy people view the world differently?
    They don't wear rose-colored glasses. They have a better way:
    1) Happy people accept that life brings problems.   
    2) Happy people recognize that problems are a privilege that comes with being alive.
    3) Happy people get frustrated, but don't give up. Problems are normal.
    4) Happy people accept responsibility for solving problems.
    5) Happy people deal with anything life throws at them, get a good night's sleep, and do it all over again.
    I wonder?
    If you view problems with a positive attitude - was there ever a problem? That'll get you thinking.

    • 11 min
    What Kind of Motivation Do You Have?

    What Kind of Motivation Do You Have?

    What Kind of Motivation Do You Have?
    Have you ever wondered why some things and not others motivate you? The evolving Science of Motivation has your answer.
    In a nutshell, motivation is complicated and layered. If you didn’t already know that, you have felt it many times. But it all begins with 4 kinds of motivation:
    1) Extrinsic motivation comes from outside of you. You do it because you are compelled to - usually by someone else.
    2) Intrinsic motivation is done for internal and personal reasons. This can be called your WHY.
    3) Introjected motivation is similar. The difference is that if something is not done, you feel guilty.
    4) Identified motivation is when you know something needs to be done but have not decided to do it yet.
    What kind do you have? 
    All of them.
    All types of motivation can be in play at any time. They can also overlap. However, when you discover your Intrinsic motivation - your WHY- you will find the momentum you are seeking.

    • 11 min
    Journal It and Burn It

    Journal It and Burn It

    Journal It and Burn It
    Is there something bothering you and you need to let it go?
    Do you need to forgive someone from your past or that time you put your foot in your mouth?
    How about finding a way the eliminate negative thoughts?
    There is a tried and true magical method of clearing your soul:
    1) Scribble your thoughts on a piece of paper or fill an entire journal - it’s up to you. Getting your thoughts onto paper will make them real. You can deal with that.
    2) Once you’ve dumped your worries, it’s time to burn them into oblivion. Light a match, light a fire and celebrate as they disappear.
    I promise. This simple act will release the weight you feel and set you free to enjoy the best of every day.

    • 11 min
    Learn. Churn. Burn. Earn.

    Learn. Churn. Burn. Earn.

    Learn. Churn. Burn. Earn.
    A few years ago, I was chatting with a friend about his business. He owned a struggling martial arts school and was crafting a master plan to grow in the coming year.
    Since every goal requires, learning, churning, burning, and earning - I had four questions:
    1) How long do you think it will take to LEARN what it takes to succeed?
    2) How long can you CHURN away while you work toward your goal?
    3) Do you have resources to BURN? How long will your money last while you move forward? 
    4) When will you EARN your reward for your hard work? 
    Be prepared before you begin. Consider those questions before you start. The journey may be longer than you think.

    • 10 min
    Practice Makes Perfect

    Practice Makes Perfect

    Practice Makes Perfect
    It’s been said that Practice makes perfect.
    That might be true if you were able to practice perfectly. If that were the case, why would you need to practice?
    Practice does not make perfect. Practice makes permanent. 
    Practice bad thinking, and you will get all the bad thoughts you could ever want.
    Practice makes permanent.
    Practice bad manners and are sure to get better at being rude.
    Practice makes permanent.
    Practice bad relationship skills, and you are guaranteed to miss out on the best life has to offer.
    Practice makes permanent.
    It is always that way, it will never change, and you can harness its power.
    Practice being positive, forward-thinking, and believing that life is good. That’s what you will get.
    Practice being a good person that is always thinking of others. You will find yourself surrounded by good people.
    Practice being present, respectful, and loving in your relationships. You will never be alone.
    Yes, Practice makes permanent.

    • 9 min

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