“How soon ‘not now’ becomes ‘never” – Martin Luther King.
We all have faced that moment in our lives were we start to give up quickly. Everything we do tends to become boring. In that period, the need for motivation arises. Motivation helps us gain desire to achieve a Goal. Motivation with enthusiasm and energy really move us forward in life. Here are ten reasons explaining exactly how motivation helps us succeed in life.
“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life.”
The biggest struggle in life is the struggle to know, embrace, and accept ourselves, with all of our faults and imperfections. It is a need that we have to accept ourselves as we are before expecting others to approve us. Individuals and families today face the challenges of long commutes, longer working hours, and global economic uncertainty. These stresses can beat us down, or make us build walls around ourselves that are so dense that we forget who we really are. Motivation can bring us our acceptance which is very important to really start living.
The important thing is not to stop questioning… Never lose a holy curiosity.
Curiosity is an important trait of a genius. I don’t think you can find an intellectual giant who is not a curious person. It brings excitement into your life. The life of curious people is far from boring. It’s neither dull nor routine. There are always new things that attract their attention, there are always new ‘toys’ to play with. Instead of being bored, curious people have an adventurous life. Motivation helps one to develop this trait.
8. Happiness and family.
Families are the essential building blocks of any society and happy families make a happy society. Everyone wants to live in a happy family as family is the place where human beings find the accomplishment of life. Modern families often face multiple relationship issues which have emerged as contribution of the changed lifestyle and les intense relationships. Happiness comes when you are self intend for which you need to be motivated.
One of the most important attributes I need in the people who surround me is loyalty. I put it right up there with love and honesty. Sometimes you can talk this out with the person and things change for the better. It’s called loyalty. Loyalty to the people, who you love the most, is the most important gift you can ever give. Motivation helps you become loyal.
The ability to be independent is something that not everyone possesses. You need to be independent in order to survive in the world. At the end of the day, you only have yourself to fall back on, so it is exceedingly important to be able to handle things on your own. It is all about being secure with who you are and what you believe in. It is extremely empowering knowing that you are in control of your own life and your own choices. Motivation helps you become independent.
Knowing from experience how annoying being so scatter-brained can prove to be, I know first-hand the value of effective organizing. When it comes to university, work, business, and even social lives, getting yourself organized could not only save you time and money, but a whole lot of stress, too. There is a need for organized, stable, predictable environment, which could only be created if you are motivated enough.
“People are always blaming their circumstances for what they are. I don’t believe in circumstances. The people who get on in this world are the people who get up and look for the circumstances they want, and, if they can’t find them, make them.”
~George Bernard Shaw
Power doesn’t only mean to be right all the time, but also to accept when you are wrong. With motivation, comes power!
3. Social Contact.
Although social interaction is complex, I believe that it is vital to human health, both mentally and physically. Many people find it hard to open their hearts and share their feelings and problems. However, social interaction where people can talk out their problems and feel accepted and understood is very beneficial to mental health. Motivated people are well versed with others.
Well not the negative one, but the constructive one. We often stop trying when we fall in our lives. Whenever we see failure we just accept our fate and try other path. But sometimes all you need is the vengeance, to strike back and win what we desire. The constructive vengeance can even turn the fate in your favor.
1. Inner peace.
What we cannot change, what we cannot influence no matter what, should not be a concern to us. This is what I notice with so many people, is that we focus and linger on things which we have no control over. Why worry about something that all the worrying in the world will not change? Why care about what other people think of us when we’re not even sure what it is they are actually thinking? Once you open the blinds to this fact, and start accepting what is that you cannot change, you automatically relieve yourself of a mountain of stress and anxiety. It’s like a huge weight has been lifted from your shoulders. Taking this path is following a road towards peace, the inner peace. This is the most importance trait one achieves through motivation.