Motivation: 7 Ways

Written by Steve Gillman

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5. Have energy. Caffeine will substitute for health for a while, but one way or another, you need some energy to have daily motivation. Exercise, sleep well, and watch out for sugary foods -repparttar "sugar blues" will kill your motivation.

6. Createrepparttar 140311 proper mental state. It's hard to be depressed and motivated. Resolve some of your negative feelings, or at least do your important work when you are in a better mood.

7. Take a small step. Commit to raking up one bag of leaves, and soon you'll want to finishrepparttar 140312 yard. Any small step towards your goals feeds your daily motivation.

Now you have seven ways to self-motivation, but you have to actually use them. How do you get motivated to do that? Oh repparttar 140313 irony! You'll have to figure that one out yourself. By repparttar 140314 way, here's a bonus motivation method: Humor. Laughter often breaks uprepparttar 140315 feeling of being overwhelmed that sucks away motivation.

Steve Gillman writes on many self help topics including boosting brainpower, losing weight, meditation, habits of mind, creative problem solving, learning gratitude, generating luck and anything related to self improvement. You'll find more at

Public Speaking and the Law of Expectations

Written by Mike Moore

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If you commit yourself to this process you will begin to see improvement in both your delivery and in your relationship with your audience. You will be onrepparttar way to becomingrepparttar 140292 speaker you want to become. What’s more, people will want to listen to what you have to say and your charisma quotient will increase significantly..

* This is a brief excerpt from Mike Moore’s 60 minute audio “ Up Your Pizzazz” ( How to Become a Charismatic Speaker) ORDER Now at

Mike Moore is an international speaker/humorist who speaks on " Humor and Stress Management" and Humor in the Workplace" Mike also helps new speakers get started in the business of public speaking

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