With each new level of success comes the next level of difficulty. There is an upper limit we all must push through to get to our next goal and understanding the process is critical to our happiness and joy. Learn how to break through the next level using these tools.
Motive For Life offers a whole new way of being, one that is defined by your intentions. You can live in a world of intentional life experiences. Through the Power of Worthiness and dedicated routines of language conditioning, you can change your experience from a life of random and unpredictable events to intentional success.
Intention setting is a practice you can use to change the quality of your life. No matter your desire, setting intentions correctly will put you in the right direction of success and accelerate you towards your next goal.
There are three key techniques you can use to make every day a great day – a Friday!
- Gratitude List
- Setting Intentions
- Positive Responses
Practice these every day and you’ll be living every day as a Friday.
When we are locked up and feeling powerless over the fear in our lives, use these four great questions to help you navigate through the emotions and free yourself of its crippling effects. Four key questions to ask:
- Is this true?
- Is this an old story?
- Am I prepared?
- What can I control?
Top talent is hard to find and even harder to retain. How do we keep the people we worked so hard to find? By focusing on the individual, one at a time, we can build a culture that puts the individual contributor first, which always helps the broader community. People who feel cared for, care for the organization, making the leader’s role stronger and more manageable.
We all make mistakes – usually unintentional and without malice. We want to help and for whatever reason, it all goes wrong. The impact of our actions is limited to the scope of our influence – the more responsibility we have, the great the impact of our mistakes. As we expand our careers and social circles, our inevitable mistakes have the power to crush our success or elevate our status. The choice is yours to make – learn or suffer.
Writing a gratitude list is a practice I use to ground myself when I feel disconnected and alone. These emotions typically happen first thing in the morning, and I use the technique to change the direction of my day early before I make a mess of things. It is a simple but very powerful tool.[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/12″][/vc_column][vc_column width=”5/6″][vc_column_text][/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/12″][/vc_column][/vc_row]
Yes, I forgot my wife’s birthday, not once but twice. Forgetting her special day is unforgivable – almost. When I forgot the first time, the incident went on her permanent list. You know the one – the list our partner pulls out to remind us how we lack awareness of social and personal connections. It’s the list of our bad choices and the resulting consequences, hurt feelings, and kindly digs. The second memory lapse picked up the #1 spot of the permanent list, to live forever atop Robert’s blunders.
Random giving is a practice that frees us from judgmental thinking and limiting conditions. It helps in many ways to change our perception of life and open doors to financial opportunities that were never possible.
Public speaking is not the #1 fear of people – corrupt govern officials holds the #1 slot. According to Chapman University 2018 study, public speaking is #59, after #58 police brutality and before #60 deep lakes and oceans. So why do so many people avoid this powerful and lucrative skill? Perhaps it’s the fear of rejection and criticism, or being found out as a fraud. Whatever the reason, career-minded individuals overlook the one thing that would make them stand out head and shoulders above the rest – good public speaking skills.