Tuesday, November 3, 2009
Pain and pleasure
You always have the ability to change your life for the better. To take the specific actions that will bring about that change, you must find the motivation within yourself to do so.
To create your own powerful, personal motivation, set yourself up to do two things that come naturally. Move away from pain and move toward pleasure.
If something is painful, you will be highly inclined to move away from it. So remind yourself at the deepest level about the painful consequences of not taking action, of not making the changes you know you must make.
When something is pleasurable, you will naturally and without hesitation move toward it. Arrange to make the changes so completely and meaningfully pleasurable that you cannot help but take the actions necessary to bring them about.
When you give yourself a compelling reason to change, you will most certainly find the way to make those changes. When you clearly know why, within the depth of your being, you will figure out how, and you’ll enthusiastically do whatever must be done.
Yes, you can indeed make a positive change in your life right now. Move away from the pain of inaction and toward the pleasure of whatever you sincerely seek.
Ralph MarstonStart here Momentum of effort
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