Lie 1: Goals Motivate People.
Goals give direction to actions, they let us know which way to move, but on their own they do not motivate.
In fact if goals are not correctly set, they can create fear, negativity and procrastination. For people to take effective action, they must understand, ‘why’ the goal is important to them.
Only when people truly feel the importance of the goal are they likely to commit to take the actions required.
“Emotion is required for motivation”
Lie 2: Motivation Has Substance.
Motivation is not a thing, it has no substance; you cannot directly measure it. Motivation is a process that is linked to behaviours.
If a person says that they are motivated to get fit, but take no action, you would seriously doubt their motivation.
VISION and MOTIVATION are not enough, they must be combined with VENTURE. It is not enough to stare up the steps, we must step up the stairs.
“There is no motivation without movement!”
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