"THE LIMITLESS MOTIVATION FORMULA"
HOW TO MAKE SUCCESS INEVITABLE BY TAKING YOUR MOTIVATION UNDER YOUR CONTROL IN EVERY SINGLE PRACTICE SESSION:
Would you agree that motivation is one of the foundations of all skill based effort and accomplishment?
Whenever I speak to groups of young athletes or artists, I always ask how many have big goals, like going to the Olympics or winning a Circus Festival.
Usually about 90% raise their hands.
I then ask how many are doing everything they can to ACHIEVE THEIR GOALS and only one or two hands go up.
There is often a big gap between the goals people have and the effort they are putting into those goals.
It's very easy to say that you want to be successful and master the skill you practice, but not that easy
to do the work that has to be done.
At that point you really only have 2 options:
* You can lower your goals that matches your effort.
* Or you can RAISE YOUR EFFORT to match your goals.
If you chose the second option..
You will inevitably arrive at a point in training towards becoming a pro at which training is no longer fun.
You arrive at the “Grind”, when it gets tiring, painful, and tedious. Where you will have to maintain your efforts until you have achieved your goals...
It’s important because you must be willing to work hard in the face of fatigue, boredom, pain, and the desire to do other things and it directly impacts the level of success that you ultimately going to achieve.
That’s really the point where you separate yourself from anyone else...
Now most people when they reach this point either ease up or give up because it's just too darned hard.
Signs of low motivation may arise in the form of:
* LACK OF DESIRE TO PRACTICE AS MUCH AS YOU SHOULD.
* LESS THAN 100% EFFORT IN TRAINING, SKIPPING OR SHORTENING TRAINING SESSIONS.
* EFFORT THAT IS INCONSISTENT WITH YOUR GOALS.
Only those who are TRULY MOTIVATED reach the grind and are able to keep on going...
Many sports psychologists at this point will say that you have to love the "Grind", but only 20% of society is what I would call “towards motivation” oriented.
Which means except for a very few hyper-motivated athletes, love isn't in the cards because there's not much to love...
Yet you won't hear anyone talk about the most powerful side of motivation... which is the negative “away from” type of motivation.
Be it Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods or any mainstream legend of sports...
They were all able to use that POWERFUL NEGATIVE side of motivation.
And luckily it’s ANOTHER contributor to performance over which you can have control.
That’s the part that will keep you going, the part that you can essentially always rely on...
And with the system of "Negative Motivation" which I am about to show you, WILL WORK RELIABLY FOR 80% OF SOCIETY which is "away-type" motivation oriented...