Movement = Effective engine in everyday life
Only through movement is the personal success quotient created. No matter in which direction a decision ends, regardless of whether it finally turns out to be wrong or right.
The main thing is, one becomes active at all. In principle, whoever believes in himself and his goals is, of course, moving more easily.
You always have the choice
It is not the wrong decisions, which later lead us to feel bad and to feel repentance. Rather, it is usually the absence of decisions, which tortures us at some point.
Oh, I would have done it, no matter how it would have gone. If only I had set myself in motion and thereby moved something. Do not worry: A wrong decision does not make you a bad person!
Self-propelled by clear goals
To motivate oneself again and again is the decisive factor for achieving the goal. Without self-motivation, high-performance athletes would never be successful.
A high level of self-motivation helps to tackle problems every day with optimism and enthusiasm. Three questions help to find out whether our actions are also suited to our goals:
- What am I doing this for? This question answers the motivation behind the motivation. If we make the reasons again and again, we can quickly motivate ourselves again. Before a difficult negotiation, we could say to ourselves: "If I win the customer, I'm sure the salary increase will be secure and my promotion is within reach." The background behind any action is ultimately to satisfy our needs.
- Do I really want that? We can only motivate ourselves permanently if we do something out of a real, deep need. Otherwise, our subconscious mind resists and whispers to us all sorts of reasons: "there is still time tomorrow" or "others can do that much better than me anyway." Strategies help to reconcile our needs with the goal.
- Can I do this? Only if we can answer this question with "yes", we are also able to motivate ourselves in the long term. An important factor in self-motivation is self-efficacy. This means having faith in oneself and approaching a task with optimism: "Yes, I dare. I will definitely do it. "
The most difficult thing is the start-up, because here you are already taking the first step. We think about the pros and cons, without changing big. However, even if initially little is noticeable, the change often occurs more quickly than we think.
The attitude is an important factor. If we are honest with ourselves, then we have something like an "inner voice" that has often been decided long before we make a conscious decision.
My personal tip:
Take a brave start and take the first step. There is always a next door to go through. When you are ready, then some other things will almost work out by themselves.
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