Dec 03

Self Help Motivation vs. Shelf Help Motivation

Tag: Personal Growth,Self Help MotivationBeth Banning @ 4:32 pm

[tag-tec]Self Help Motivation[/tag-tec] Tip of the Day

Inspiration is the best source of true and lasting motivation and motivation is essential in accomplishing any specific goal. So what’s the difference between inspiration and motivation?

Let’s say your goal is to make $1 million. We suggest that it’s not really the $1 million that’s inspiring to you. If this is true, then it’s likely you’ll give up on the million dollar goal if you are only using that idea to motivate  you.

Now on the other hand, if you delve into the idea of having $1 million to figure out what you want at a core level that had you pick this goal in the first place–what truly inspired choosing this goal–then your [tag-tec]motivation[/tag-tec] will stay high.

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This is the best way to generate inspired [tag-tec]Self Help Motivation[/tag-tec]. Much better than tricks, techniques or systems that all to soon become Shelf Help Motivation.

Why is this true? Because what  inspired to you want the million dollars is what it can help you experience–how you can use the million dollars to make you happy–what it can help you become.

So the next time you choose a goal, get to the root of why you want it before you start figuring out how you’re going to get it.

For more about this, see our series on how you can: Turn Your Limiting Beliefs Into Powerful Self Help Motivation

One Response to “Self Help Motivation vs. Shelf Help Motivation”

  1. Paris says:

    Greetings! I really enjoyed your content. 🙂 Cheers and Stay Positive!