Self Improvement and Motivation

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We all have formed our own definitions of happiness right from childhood. A lot of these perceptions are because of conditioned development i.e. they are a part of our habits due to repetitive inculcation by parents, teachers and the society in general. That is why, none of us has actually pondered about what exactly makes us feel happy! This feeling has been left to our sub-conscience and we simply feel the happiness according to the situation we are in. 

A lot of small things can give happiness to us. For instance, just the thought of shopping or spending money tends to excite us and makes us feel happy. Opportunities and new ideas also have a similar effect on us. This excited state makes us imagine things related to these incidents. For example: the perspective of going on vacation while getting an office bonus would not only make us excited, but also make us plan and imagine the holiday. In fact, we would feel the bliss without actually being on the vacation itself! However, when being on the actual vacation, the excitement tends to settle down as one begins to feel contented.  

Same is the case with objects. We are quite crazy to purchase the latest cell phone, laptop, I-pod or the new car. But once we own that stuff, the excitement settles down and the appeal doesn’t stay the same. The cycle of excitement begins again when another new product is launched.  

Let’s pause for a second here and seriously think about our domain of happiness. Is it pertained to acquiring latest objects only? Does it end at wishes being fulfilled? Is our domain of happiness limited to spending good time with family or friends only? We are so involved in this cycle of wishes that we actually forget to see what real happiness is and how it can be achieved. 

Personal Transformation Mastery

There are plenty of articles, books and blog posts on motivation that tell you how to become more motivated. Often, they give tips like ‘getting more sleep’ and ‘introducing new habits slowly’. 

These ideas are all useful to an extent but they ultimately fall short. If you struggle with motivation and can’t keep yourself focused on new tasks, then a tip like this isn’t going to transform your ability to focus overnight.  

And if you struggle to motivate yourself, how are you expected to keep up the changes that lead to greater motivation? It’s something of a vicious circle don’t you think? 


If you really want to see changes, then you need to look a little deeper. You need to focus on the actual neuroscience that underpins our ability to get and stay motivated. In this report, you’ll learn exactly how motivation actually works on a biologically level and more importantly, you’ll discover how you can manipulate that process to your own ends… 

The Warrior Mindset

Have you ever felt like life is hard? Like it can sometimes be a struggle to get up in the morning and do all of the things that you have to do? Do you ever wake up feeling constantly tired and stressed? Does life just seem too much? 
Sure, I get it. You have lots of work to do. You have debt maybe. Maybe you’re tired 
from shopping and maybe you’ve got a stomach ache. Now think about a true warrior. 

Think about someone who sleeps rough, unsure of whether or not they’re going die 
during the night. Then they wake up, no time for a shower or a nice breakfast, and 
they leap straight into action. They ignore their wounds, they take lives and they see 
their friends and their brothers in arms shot and killed in front of them. 
But no I get it. You’re tired. You had to work until 6pm last night… 
  
What I’m getting at, is that your life isn’t really hard. You might think it’s hard and 
sometimes it might feel hard. But there are people out there with much worse lives than you. There are people out there who live with crippling illness and not two cents to rub together. And many of them do this with a dignity, a grace and a bravery that puts the rest of us to shame. 

You see, the warrior mindset actually has nothing to do with combat. In fact, the 
hooligans that start bar fights and that think they’re ‘hard’ for starting fights are 
about as far from true warriors as it gets. Ask anyone who has seen real combat if 
they would want to risk their health and waste their energy on looking for trouble. 

The warrior mindset is different. This is about knowing what you want and going for 
it. It’s about being hard and it’s about not letting little things get you down. It’s about 
pushing ahead with what you know is right and it’s about carrying responsibility and 
hardship on your shoulders with dignity and pride. It’s about not letting your 
emotions get the better of you and it’s about not taking the easy answer or the easy 
route to solve your problems.