Aug 022009
 

Self motivation is an important thing to have whatever you’re doing, whether it is wanting to be better at your job, trying to quit smoking or just wanting to be a better friend to those around you.

It can, however, be very difficult to keep up the same levels of self motivation you felt at the beginning of a task, such as quitting smoking, towards the middle or end of it, and as such it is important to know how to increase self motivation. Fortunately, there are some simple ways you can implement in your everyday life to increase your self motivation and drive for success at these tasks.

Here are just a few of the ways to do so:

  • Report to someone: having someone who can hold you accountable if you fail to keep up with the tasks you have set for yourself can be very important to keeping you on track. Find a friend or support group to support you in your task.
  • Stay positive: the power of thought is huge. Negative thinking can be very damaging to your overall progress, while positive thinking is one of the most powerful things you can do to help you through anything; if you think you can do it, then you have much more chance at success.
  • Set goals: if you set yourself goals along the way, such as going so many weeks without smoking, or keeping up with a fitness regime for a certain amount of time, and reward yourself for keeping to these goals.

While these simple methods to self motivation can be very effective, you may also need extra help. Subliminal messaging can be a very powerful aid to increasing your self motivation. Our “Extreme Self Motivation” cd, or many others in our range of subliminal CDs may be of use to you.

These CDs work by aligning your subconscious mind with the conscious goals – that of being more motivated. They tap into your subconscious mind to make you more motivated from the inside – out.

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