Many people drift through life without a plan. For some, things work out fine. For most, they end up far from their intended destination. Others, end up living someone else’s dream, the victim of another agenda.
This almost happened to a Mexican fisherman in a story told by Tim Ferriss in The 4-Hour Work Week. (This story appears in various forms on the Internet.)
I was wondering what do you do when your motivation level is lacking, as well as your self esteem? What do you do to regain the motivation needed to move on with your plans and pursue your networking endeavors?
This is a great question, and here’s an answer from Dr. Ivan Misner…Article
Goals Mantra – the simplest and most effective way to set, achieve and celebrate your life goals.
A Mantra is a lifestyle you start living to achieve a goal. A mantra is a personal ritual, a repeated set of actions that you create to achieve something you want. A physical mantra would be to repeat a physical activity over and over again until it becomes a habit. Spiritual mantras would be constant prayer for something. Mental mantras are a change of thinking. It’s best to make your mantra a combination of those these elements to achieve your goals. You can use it for anything including, personal goals, change of lifestyle or start a new transformation in your life.
Benefits of Goals Mantra
The best way to overcome the obstacles to goal setting in half the time.
Seven core areas of your life in which you can set meaningful goals.
Learn to live a more balanced, happy and successful life.
A structured way to document your progress daily.
A step-by-step guide for setting, achieving and celebrating your life goals. …And much more!
Only at the end of a year and the beginning of a new one, you’ll find it’s very common for people to turn their attention to setting new goals, and plans to improve their life this time of year. Personally, I advocate the “continual goal setting” method, so that whenever an old goal is completed, we have already started a series of new ones. However, if you are using the start of the new year as a measuring point to kickstart your life or business and make life more fulfilling, that is fantastic, and you’ve come to the right place.