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- Believe in one’s self – An all important part of getting and staying motivated is to develop a sensible degree of self-belief.
- Get things into perspective – Everyone faces issues, challenges, even problems, however some of us over react to what are quite minor events. Learning how to get things into perspective really helps.
- Improve attitude – It’s argued that one’s attitude is a critical factor in success. Get your attitude right and the rest takes care of itself.
- Increase activity – This is very often the desired result. If we’re happier, we get more done.
- Control response – Stuff happens, some of it good and occasionally some of it not so good, it’s how we react when things are going wrong that matters.
- Move on – Living in the past isn’t healthy, yet far too many people constantly moan about what happened last week, last month, last quarter. Learning to move forward has to be the answer.
- Use the law of probability favourably – If you’ve never come across this, chances are you are going to absolutely love it.
- Break bad habits – Never easy, but not impossible. If just one of the suggestions in this DVD enables you or one of the team to break away from doing the wrong thing then you’ll have already had the outcome you desire.
- Imitate the successful – When we imitate the right people we shape our lives the way we should. If we copy those that aren’t performing then it’s no great surprise when we don’t make it either.
- Visualise rewards – Some people find this works incredibly well for them.
- Control your environment – Our environment is often more within our control than we realise. More importantly our environment has the power to influence our motivational levels so we owe it to ourselves to get it right.
- Ask the ‘best question’ – Truly the best ‘self-development’ question there is. Asking this one question of themselves has probably helped more people than you’ll ever know.
- Become more optimistic – Easier said than done for a few, however if we don’t pass on the strategies that have worked for us how on earth are the pessimistic ever going to change.
- Correctly use targets to succeed – Targets should inspire, they occasionally depress. Make sure it’s the former.