Can One Truly Be Motivated To Succeed?
The question is often asked, “Can I really motivate people in my group or business to succeed?”.
The true question that should be asked is: “Can I motivate people in life in general?”.
Unfortunately, the answer is, “No!”. You can’t.
A person can be inspired, but to be motivated is a totally different story.
The truth of the matter is, a person can expose himself to all the personal development material in the world and to every “guru” in the world, but if the motivation doesn’t originate from within, their activity will be short lived.
For any piece of information to be impactive, it first needs to be moved upon.
But that won’t ever be realized until one is motivated enough to move into the execution phase.
Until then, they’re just mere words.
Every person has to search for their “own” motivation. Their “why?” so to speak.
We all have our reason(s) for doing certain things, and that’s where one is going to have to dig deep to find out for themselves.
To do something just for the sake of doing it cannot be compared to doing something because of a deeper reason or motive.
To ever flourish in any endeavor, the person seeking must first really want it for themselves.
Pep rallies, Conventions, and rah-rah sessions can only do so much until it runs out.
The most powerful skillset a person can every have is self-motivation:
Being eager to get up in the morning and dreading having to go to bed too early because the drive/motivation you have in you is so strong that it needs to be expressed in video, text, or in whatever form you’ve chosen.
Self-motivation is evident when you can perform on a large scale, and it doesn’t matter if anyone else believes in you, it matters not if they recognize you, and it doesn’t even matter if they aren’t supportive.
All that matters is that you have this powerful and personal inner drive that propels you to constantly stretch yourself and to always be moving forward in your business or life in general.