THE SIXTY SECOND MOTIVATOR PDF

Pain and Pleasure in Real Life: Motivation Video 3m 25s — 4m 4s Life experiences cause us to make rules about those circumstances in general. Something may have caused you to pain in the past, but that does not mean it will in the future. If you experience a nasty crowd while doing some public speaking and they boo you, you might start to associate public speaking with pain. This generalization limits the possibility of you pursuing public speaking in the future, and cements it as pain in your brain. Pain or Pleasure: Which is More Motivating? Pain is rooted in our survival mechanism.

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Pain and Pleasure in Real Life: Motivation Video 3m 25s — 4m 4s Life experiences cause us to make rules about those circumstances in general. Something may have caused you to pain in the past, but that does not mean it will in the future. If you experience a nasty crowd while doing some public speaking and they boo you, you might start to associate public speaking with pain.

This generalization limits the possibility of you pursuing public speaking in the future, and cements it as pain in your brain.

Pain or Pleasure: Which is More Motivating? Pain is rooted in our survival mechanism. So in an issue of surviving versus having an interesting life, not dying is much more of a priority to us. It equates to avoiding harm, or ultimately death, versus creating fun in our lives. What to do about it: The Steps to Transforming your motivation 8m 30s- 9m 47s 1. Identify the Change you Desire This can be a change in physique, mindset or to identify more of a certain ideal in your life.

This desire will probably end up being a goal, which will in turn transform into an activity you perform to pursue that goal. Become Aware of your Pain and Pleasure Attached to it what is the pleasure with keeping your current habit what is the pain with changing your habit? Instead of identifying primarily with the benefits, focus first on the negative aspects keeping you from making the change The key is to identify with the change as something you want and to focus on everything that your current behavior does to inhibit that change.

Learn about temporal discounting in less than a minute here. Your future self is you having accomplished the change your goal you desire Come up with a mental list of emotions you feel, how you speak, behave, and what activities you perform and who you perform them with.

Imagine what it takes to become that person, and understand that they do not experience pain relative to the change you desire.

In fact, they enjoy going to the gym early, eating healthy foods, being productive all day long, or whatever it is that you are trying to change about your life.

This rewiring can be accomplished with some simple exercises, and are our best foot forward for creating the lives we want. Grab this free printable Motivation Transformation Exercise that will take you through the steps in the motivation video in this article!

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In a nutshell, the book is in the form of a short story about a young physical therapy student who wants to know how to motivate his patients to move around and stuff. Young student meets legendary therapist, and then the rest of the book follows the two as the therapist attempts to motivate old people to walk around, while the young whippersnapper marvels in his glory. Which do you want first? Naturally we like to hear our news in this order, so I will comply. Rather than explain the underlying reasons why we become motivated to make a change, the book instead hammers two basic methods for motivating people, and never really explains why the motivation occurs in the first place. Therefore: A highly motivated is very ready to change. While a poorly motivated person is not ready to change.

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