Motivation; Change your course
Being flexible enough to change to get the results we want…
“The meaning you associate with a situation determines your outcome.” -Tony Robbins
See how positive or negative meanings tied to associations or goals you have – ultimately control your actions?
Statistically what stops people from achieving what is desired is fear. Fear of pain, rejection, failure.
In order to have motivation..you have to “Change” your association with the unknown, the uncomfortable…or even your negative experiences, or experiences you perceive as negatives. Heavy stuff.
If we want to change our lies, we have to change these associations, particularly the painful ones. How? Associate positives with them instead of the painful negatives. How on earth does one do that? It goes beyond positive thinking. I think that’s an insult to most people. It goes deeper. I’m certain you’ve had motivation and days and you’re on fire…and then very slumped days where nothing looks good. You’re normal. But how do you get out of that slump?
Motivation goes back to the trigger.
Go back to the conditioned response and feelings you have towards that association or experience, thought – because it is controlling you.
Emotions are our trigger. Your conditioned response you’re associating with your particular situation has a strong emotion tied to it. Here is where I want you to really take some time for reflection and analyze…
Motivation. Smart goals. Inspiration and motivation. In order for our lives to change, we have to change. Change, & retrain that emotion. Every single action has an effect on your life. Even a decision to not act – is a decision that is compounded over time. Your daily behavior dictates your results, the little and the big. You’ve heard for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. For every result, there is a direction.
Who knew science played such a role in our personal and professional lives?
How 2 people from the come background can lead completely different lives? Because they don’t view their associations the same way. Or maybe they started with the same beliefs, and one had to change those beliefs, and change their course. This weekend a great mentor in business shared with me:
“Successful people always look at the reward, unsuccessful people always look at the risk”. That makes complete sense because the two see completely different meanings tied to the workload invested for the result. The ability to take something that may be/is difficult and retrain the emotion tied to it that it will be worth it, great things are on the other side, is what will motivate us to stay the course. This takes flexibility on the mind. If we’re not flexible, we don’t allow change, either in our conditioning or our life. Progress is our blueprint.
Enjoy the Motivation video, Tony has been such an instrument, and anchor to me and many! I’m so grateful that my “blueprint” has not been set in stone, it’s OK that changes have been made along the way, more blessings have been able to come in areas I never saw before. Talk about Motivation! The journey is just beginning. I hope you get as much from this as I have, and charge your journey
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