Your Motivation Equals Success

How Does Your Motivation Help You?

Motivation is possibly the most powerful force in the universe. Without it, not much gets done. Think about it: if you weren’t motivated to get out of bed in the morning, you wouldn’t, and you probably won’t accomplish much. Yet, every day you do just that.

Motivation gets you to work, the grocery store, to wash the car and pick up the kids at school. It is motivation that determines whether you exercise, take the dog for a walk, make those sales calls, or eat healthy and so on. Motivation is involved with every action or “inaction” you take.

It may seem that your thoughts and motivations are involuntary, that you cannot control what you think about or what you accomplish, or even how you feel about things in general. This is not true. Your thinking and therefore your motivation, ultimately your results can be retrained by accessing the subconscious mind.

Hypnosis is the doorway to the subconscious.

Remember, the more sincere your desire or motivation to change or accomplish something, the more easily you can access your subconscious mind. However, if your motivation is not true, or your goal is not clear, your subconscious mind probably won’t respond in the way you want, if at all. You cannot easily fool the subconscious mind. Your desire must be sincere.

The fact that you’re choosing to work on a goal shows some level of motivation. Sometimes when you understand why you want a particular goal, you can increase your motivation to a higher level. Thinking about the feeling you will have when you accomplish what you set out for, can make the journey easier and with less obstacles. Consider all the benefits you will receive when you achieve your goal. You will benefit greatly from writing down your ideas and feelings about your reasons, even if they seem silly. Don’t worry about that…this is just for you. Awareness of the reasons for your goal can strengthen and increase your motivation and helps to dissolve resistance or blocks that may be keeping you stuck.

To reprogram the subconscious mind toward your goal and to increase motivation, self-hypnosis can help. Create some positive reprogramming statements or affirmations. Such as: I Love to exercise and tone my body; I enjoy connecting with others and creating relationships; I easily help others decide to take action; I love to pick up the phone and make sales calls.

Once you’ve created a list of positive reprograms….train yourself to relax. A great time to do this is while falling asleep at night or upon waking 1st thing in the morning. Your subconscious mind is already wide-open and positive reprogramming is very effective during this time. Drop the new thought in…say it over and over to yourself.

Beware and watch for any feelings of resistance to the new idea. Pay attention to signals from your body. If you feel resistance, try imagining yourself actually doing the new behavior, see yourself smiling, happy and successful.

The subconscious mind has no judgement and does not know the difference between what is real and what you imagine. So use your imagination to accomplish your goals and increase your motivation.

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