In my last post I told you the difference between those who do, and those who don’t.
Now let me make it clear what motivation really is.
Motivation is a reason or reasons that are more important than a moment. In other words, are you going to make a million dollars because you want your kids to have a certain kind of life? Are you going to write that book because it is your gift to the world? Are you going to get that part in a movie just so you can tell everyone you know, “HA! I told you!”
Take 5 minutes today for your dreams.
Write down what you want and list as many compelling reasons as you can about why you must have this (whatever “this” is) in your life. Tape your reason to your walls in every room and commit them to memory. Every time you don’t “feel” like taking action, go back to your motivation and take that next step.
Remember, who ever you look up to in life, living or dead, did the exact same thing. Perhaps they didn’t tape it to their wall, but I can assure you those reasons were on their mind every single day.