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Action. Ideas. Motivation.

The Concept of A.I.M was born out of necessity while I was writing (well more to the point attempting to write) my book called Financial Dignity. The book took many years to research and develop but I was to realise just now much of the time was taken up doing nothing. Many months would go by without me even lifting a pen, tapping a key on the word processor, or turning a page. In between times I would feel highly motivated and would get stuck into the research and bang out a...
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Do you feel like you’re just unable to get things done, no matter how hard you try? Some people have a knack for taking care of business, while the rest of us have loose ends dangling all over our lives. If you struggle with completing important tasks, you likely lack a strong work ethic.


What exactly is a work ethic? It’s a set of principles based around the idea that there is a moral virtue in hard work and persistence.


You undoubtedly know people with very strong work ethics, and others w

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Motivation One Way Or Another

What is your driving force? What keeps you going everyday? Is it your job, your family, or your livelihood? When I write about motivation I am writing about what the driving force is behind keeping you moving in the direction you need to go each day. This applies to everyone no matter if you are self-employed, or a salesman, a home-based worker, a wife, author, or husband; motivation is required to keep us in the frame of mind we need to be in order...
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It's 6 in the morning. The alarm clock is buzzing, and you're thinking to yourself, "What's the point in getting up this early for work?" For some of us, the motivation is simply the desire to shut off the clock that is vibrating off the nightstand. But for others, it is truly self-motivation. It is an internal alarm clock that motivates a person to make the best of his or her day.
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Have you ever taken a long, hard look at your life and felt depressed when you thought about things that it lacked? Chances are, you have. No one has a perfect life. There are countless and constant ways in which a person can improve. Self-improvement motivation comes from a place inside each of us that desires to be a better person. There are several elements that are considered part of self-improvement motivation.
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I Stay Motivated


I am enthusiastic and inspired.


I remember my purpose. I focus on the reasons behind my actions. My job is more satisfying when I think about taking care of my family or using my skills to help others. I enjoy working out more when I see results like weight loss and fewer sick days.


I set specific goals and write them down. Clear objectives help me to develop effective strategies and evaluate my progress.


I give myself a pep talk. I celebrate my strengths. I repeat positive affirmations

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Are your negative internal dialogues keeping you from doing things you want to do? Do you lack confidence, even though you know that other people believe in your abilities? 


If so, you may appreciate some help getting inspired and motivated! Negative self-talk can be a roadblock to doing your best, pursuing your dreams, and enjoying life. On the other hand, positive self-talk can spur you on to do great things and live an exciting life full of passion! 


Motivational Affirmations For Your Lif

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14 Intrinsic Motivation Secrets for Making Everything Better


Scientists, teachers, and business leaders have spent a lot of time trying to find more effective ways to motivate people. However, one thing is certain. Intrinsic motivation works better than external pressure.


Take a look at how to tap into inner sources of inspiration and where to apply them.


How to Use Intrinsic Motivation



  • Ask questions. Ask yourself what you would do if you were not getting paid or receiving any direct
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Problems with motivation are very common for people of pretty much all ages. Whether you are a young person who doesn’t have a desire to do anything in life or you are an older person who is looking for new ventures to stay motivated, it is very easy to fall into a mode of complacency. With that said, motivation is something that drives this world. Motivated people are the most successful people. Generally, they are highly motivated because they have good thinking about their goals and motivatio

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by Dudley Anderson  



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Ephesians 2:10
For we are God's workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.

“I can’t understand why I didn’t get the job,” said Pete. “I have the experience and qualifications required. There’s no reason I kn

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Progress is the best motivator. Even if you need to lose 100 pounds, it’s pretty exciting to see that you’ve lost 10 pounds. However, progress isn’t always apparent. Some things are very subjective unless you take the time to measure them.


For example, it may be hard to see a 10-pound weight loss in the mirror, but it’s pretty easy to see your progress on a bathroom scale.


Some goals can take a long time to accomplish. If you only measure yourself by whether or not you’ve achieved the goal,

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Many of the successful people of our time wake up very early. Why? This is because most people find that the earlier they wake up (within reason) the more productive they are with their day.


Are you striving to be more productive? If so, these tips can help you to get up early so that you can take advantage of those early morning hours and enjoy greater productivity.


It’s important to remember, though, that getting up earlier won’t benefit you if you’re suffering from sleep deprivation. Ensu

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Nighttime is magical. We’re all so wise at night. We can plan out the perfect day, but then our plans go awry once the day gets here. The reason for this is that we try to make decisions on the fly, and we’re too influenced by what feels good in the moment.


Consider these ideas for effective planning at night and then following through with those plans:


1. Know your goals. What do you want to accomplish? You can’t make effective plans until you know what you’re trying to do. If you don't kno

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I just want to share just a little bit of Scripture with you, Psalms, 139: 23 and 24

Search me, O God, and know my heart;
Try me, and know my anxieties;
24 And see if there is any wicked way in me,
And lead me in the way everlasting.

Listen, none of us want to think about the things that are wrong in our life are the things that are bad about us. We just rather think about the good stuff. We'd rather ask God to bless us, but sometimes when God wants to bless you after the blessing, he must break

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Have you ever made big plans for your life, only to fail to act on them? Or maybe you started with a bang and kept your motivation for a few days, but suddenly lost interest.


It’s easy to lose motivation after the initial excitement wears off. But if you want to be successful, it’s important to keep going. The work isn’t going to get done itself.

Understand why you lose your motivation:

1. The planning phase is more fun than the execution phase. Sitting alone at night and making plans for

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