MOTIVATION AND RESOLUTIONS (HOW TO DEAL WITH RESOLUTIONS 2)

Did you answer questions from the previous issue? What are your answers? Honest, clear, concrete, speak to you from the soul and especially motivate you? What is that motivation? There are many definitions, so what we have to take from them. We have the ability to motivate ourselves. And only we have that. We can not motivate others, nor can others motivate us. It just does not work that way. Motivation is only our own. It’s a kind of driving force of our behavior. So what do we really want? But how to figure out what’s motivates us and activates us?

The reason is always our need. Biological needs (respiration, food, sleep, etc.) and social needs (love, happiness, home, awards, etc.). Our motivation, that is, our need must be strong enough to make it happen. So we should realize what we expect and what our resolutions will bring us. Introducing the desired outcome as it will be when we get it is a confirmation of our motivation. The idea will help us realize what we really want, how it looks, while motivating us and giving us self-confidence. And motivation really arises only when we know well why we do or don’t do it. Thanks to motivation, we get to the action, and we put our hands to the work.

Now, let me talk a little about our brain. The most powerful computer of all time, no one has ever invented better one. The brain is much more than just a device for thinking. His main intention is to keep us alive. Our brain is deciding whether the world around us is dangerous or useful for a particular purpose. It is a machine for creating neurosciences, creating millions for every second. The brain stores everything it can, new ideas or behaviors use what is called “working memory”, which is a very limited source for the brain. For this reason, any behavior, thought, or activity we repeat becomes a long-term memory. Our permanent entries affect the automatic perception. As a result, people perceive the world based on their opinions and attitudes instead of seeing things as they are or what they might be. It is virtually impossible to remove old records. Attention itself creates a change in the brain. It means that trying to get rid of something by thinking about it is often ineffective – in the end, it will be even stronger. But it’s easy to create new records. Creating new circuits can be quite simple. To build long-term circuits (permanent registrations), it is crucial to develop great attention. It’s just the focus of attention that changes the brain over time.

And now we go to practice to start creating new circuits and writings in our brains. We formulate our goals, dreams and desires. We will learn how to dock them in our mind and how to achieve their fulfillment. Knowing your destination, your destination, we give the brain clear signals and messages. Exactly what he needs for his efficient work.

Count on spending an hour by thinking about where you want to be, what you want to become, what you want to do, what you want to see, create, and experience. You set goals and results. Develop a map of the paths that your life will take. One alert right from the start: Discard all the limitations, do not think about what is and is not possible. Restricted goals limit your life. The only thing you cannot discard is your intelligence and your sanity. By imagining absurd goals, you would waste your precious energy and send it in a useless direction. The only way you formulate your expectations is to decide what you want. So once again! Keep the following five rules.

  1. Describe your goals with positive expressions. Say what happens. Not what you do not want.
  2. Be as specific as much as possible.How it sounds, smells. Engage all your senses.
  3. Set the proof that the target has been reached.You need to know how it will look when you reach your goal. What will you feel?
  4. Keep the whole process under control. Youhave to own and maintain your goals yourself. Nobody else. Do not impose anything on anyone. Not even your family, your friends or anyone else has the power as you yourself, if you decide.
  5. Make sure your goal is human and ethical.What is the impact of meeting your goal for your neighborhood? Your goal must be to the benefit of other people.

Everyone has a certain idea of ​​the things we want. Quite often they are also somewhat vague – more love, more money, fewer kilos, more sports. If we are motivated to achieve the right result, our goals must be clear and more specific than the concept of the trained body, the bold balance in the account, the new car or the house.

When setting up our goals, we can see that some of us have been holding for years, others will be defining for the first time. But we have to make conscious decisions about what we want. Consciousness of what we want is the basis for what we really get.

As next step we got into the practice. Are you ready?

Roman Lejčko

Life Coach and Personal Trainer. I help others on their way to a great physical and mental condition. Looking back over my life experiences I see the progress of human life is going through. Not always easy with lots of challenges. I’m here to guide you through challenges on your life path down to joyful life. Some more info about me.

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