The best self help book to push the motivational switch on how to self motivate, keep yourself motivated, beat lack of drive or no motivation in men & women
Author: Samantha Claire
Pubpsher: JNR via PublishDrive
"MANY CAN NOW HAVE THE SKILLS TO SELF-MOTIVATE THEMSELVES AT WILL-- WHO NEVER THOUGHT THEY COULD!" Perhaps you're browsing through these books because you recognize you have a problem how to be more motivated? You hate it, but you feel you have to do it! A project perhaps? Desperate how to stay motivated to lose weight? How to motivate yourself to study? How to motivate your kids or others you care about? Whatever it may be, the problem is the same. Weak motivation or even NO MOTIVATION at all! My goal for you today is teach you about the nature self - motivation, what it is, what's killing it, and how to program a motivated brain--at will! That's right, learn what motivates people, how you can energize your excitement, passion, inspiration and inner drive to do the task at hand! Cool superpower aint it? If you can have this power? You can virtually push a button, and become excited to do what you need to do. You will actually feel the DESIRE to want to do it! How powerful is that? Imagine all the work you can do! You won't need to struggle through it ever again! Your mind says DO IT, and you can actually make yourself WANT TO DO IT! Master the craft of motivation and start enjoying the benefits today! Grab your copy today!
Have you ever wondered why all attempts to achieve certain goals in your life end up in frustration? Maybe you are keen to change your personal circumstances but don't know where to begin? No one can prevent bad things from happening but we can learn to change our reaction to them. By challenging you to think in a different way, this book outlines how you can view adverse situations and challenges as opportunities, rather than the end of your dreams. In his own unique philosophical approach, Jamal Lanre Shashore encourages us to redefine our core values in order to live a more enriched and optimistic existence by adopting a day by day motivational self-guide that produces more positive results, without subscribing to the selfish 'me first' attitude of modern society. So, if a happier and more meaningful life is what you long for, the Self-Motivation Diary of a Born Optimist is all you need to set you on the right path.
- Understand why you lack motivation, and learn how you can change the direction of your life - Overcome procrastination and lethargic and negative emotions, and focus on what you want to achieve - Find the motivation you need to work harder at your job and succeed in your career - Use the techniques of motivation to stick to healthy eating and exercise, and quit smoking and other bad habits - Get started with a new hobby, learn a new language or instrument, and succeed at sport Do you want to beat procrastination and make positive changes in your life? Do you want to improve your performance at work or in your studies, or spur yourself on to get a new job? Do you want to challenge your negative core beliefs and harness the power of motivation to quit bad habits, lose weight, and learn new things? This new Teach Yourself Workbook doesn't just tell you how to improve your motivation. It accompanies you every step of the way, with diagnostic tools, goal-setting charts, practical exercises, and many more features ideal for people who want a more active style of learning. Specially created exercises will help you boost and maintain your motivation to achieve your goals. This book includes information on: motivation self-help procrastination career goals anxiety core beliefs work sports performance study
Social Loafing and Motivation Gains in Work, Academic, and Sports Teams
Author: Steven Karau
Pubpsher: Academic Press
Individual Motivation within Groups: Social Loafing and Motivation Gains in Work, Academic, and Sports Teams explores the state of our scientific understanding of when and why individuals are most and least likely to work hard as members of groups and work teams. This book addresses key psychological phenomena such as social loafing, social dilemmas, social facilitation, and ostracism, with each chapter creating connections to related topics such as leadership, performance in learning groups, isolated teams, and more. This volume provides a summary of the field’s history, synthesizes related research, and, using the Collective Effort Model and other key motivational theories, looks at the current level of understanding of both motivation losses and gains in groups. Individual Motivation within Groups is a vital resource for social, organizational, and applied psychologists as well as academics and researchers in these fields and related areas such as leadership and team performance. Explores individual motivation in multiple contexts such as work teams, educational settings, sports teams, and more Highlights recent research advances, future directions, and linkages with related research areas Discusses cross-cultural and international implications Examines factors that detract from and contribute to group motivation/individual motivation within groups
If you want success in life but hesitate to take action, this book is for you!The revelations in Self-Motivation Through Risk Taking will help you understand the evolving characteristics of today's phenomenon and the new challenges faced by us. Many people fail to achieve their desired goal in life not because of their physical disability or lack of intelligence, but largely due to the fear of taking risks coupled with a lack of self-motivation.Self-Motivation Through Risk Taking takes you through a journey of modernity, and presents the trends and triumphs of our successful forefathers. These lessons of self-motivation through risk taking will embolden you and energize you to act. You'll strive to make real progress and achieve higher levels of success in entrepreneurship, business, investments, athletics, and family.Self-Motivation Through Risk Taking will guide you to act rather than succumb to your problems. By using the concepts in this book, you'll stay motivated and find the success you desire.
In Not Just for the Money Professor Frey challenges traditional economic theory and argues that people do not act in expectation of monetary gain alone, nor do they work solely because they are paid. Furthermore, the author claims that higher monetary compensation as well as regulations crowd-out motivation in important circumstances. Offering higher pay may make people less committed to their work and may reduce their performance. They thus behave in exactly the opposite way the fundamental price-effect of economics predicts.The first part of the book considers the Crowding-Out Effect and the Motivational Spill-Over Effect. The second part explores a large number of applications to constitutional questions, various policy issues and the organization of firms. The final part discusses the substantial consequences for policy making and economic theory.This path breaking book is bound to create controversy and debate. It will appeal not only to economists but to a wide range of social scientists who want to go beyond the traditional assumption of economic man.