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Why We Need Motivation In Our Life – Andreas Matuska

Whatever you are, be a good one.

Motivation is important for everyone. Motivation is important to live. We can’t live our daily life happily without motivation. Motivation is the presence of purpose and desire to achieve daily life, career, and business goals. Just an example, Motivation helps us to get up early and become productive.

When we are inspired, excited, getting more than expected results from something we get motivated. Such as its inspiring when you read stories and beliefs of successful people. It’s inspiring when you see someone achieving something great and feeling happy. That’s the way we feel motivated and it helps us to achieve our own goals says Andreas Matuska. Born in Austria, Andreas had contrasting opinions about his ambitions

Motivation increases your effort. Without motivation, you may feel lazy and stay in a slumpy mood. You don’t feel like taking action at all and you just want to waste time and do nothing.

When you have the motivation, you feel driven and you want to take massive actions. It increases your effort and at the end of the day, you will discover that you took more action during days when you are absolutely motivated than days when you are not.

Great leaders and influencers understand the value of motivation.

They understand their effectiveness as a leader is directly proportional to their ability to inspire action amongst the people they work with.

Everyone from moms to business leaders needs to understand the importance of motivation

Most people go through life feeling stuck. They become overwhelmed and paralyzed by the actions they should be doing.

You become the like the people you surround yourself with. Perhaps the first and most important step in learning how to become motivated is to take a look at other people. Watch them carefully and look for positive or upbeat people. The effect that they will have on you is important. You will begin to see how these positive people motivate themselves. As a result you will learn how to motivate yourself as well.

Communication skills are the key to understanding both yourself and others. A simple rule is to use positive communication to help the motivational forces within you. Choose to smile. Say positive things. When asked to write something down, make it a positive rather than a negative statement. By choosing to move to the positive side, you will improve motivation for yourself as well as for others. The sense of motivation is an impression and cognition that can happen accidentally or at any time of the day and night. 

We get the highest motivation when our sense of purpose connects with our sense of motivation. For example, when you see motivational videos your sense of motivation gets activated. And it starts connecting with a sense of purpose. That’s why we watch motivational videos and people recommend watching motivational stories and speech. Motivation helps to achieve goals and dreams in life, career, and business. Motivation is important to manage daily life challenges, opportunities, and time efficiently to keep moving forward and achieving goals.

Motivation helps us to manage our time and become productive and beneficial for the organization. For example, personal, official goals and dreams motivate us to wakes up early in the morning. We do exercise and yoga to stay healthy and fit. It’s because we’re walking towards our goals. Any gap in understanding will motivate you to want to fill that knowledge gap.  If you want to know more about leadership – read books by great leaders.  To learn how to train a dog – hire a dog trainer and take lessons.  The incremental acquirement of new knowledge becomes a self-motivating driver.

Motivation is life changing.  Your life is changing every day. What happens today, you wouldn’t have imagined a few months ago. What would tomorrow bring? You might only find out tomorrow.

Change is either changing for the better or it is slowly changing for the worse.

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