Motivate yourself up to Deliver the Best

Motivation always pumps you to do your best and the most powerful motivation hacks you to increase productivity and attain greater fulfillment in life. We have picked some of the most useful tips from quality blogs and classic texts and added a few The Change nuggets.  Enjoy!

Make it FUN

You will never be motivated to do something that makes you feel sad, scared, depressed or bored.  So find a way to make the project exciting.  If you cannot, consider a way to achieve the top-line objective in a different manner, one that does not entail such drudgery!

Make a habit of visualization

One of the most powerful motivation tools which most people simply do not employ.  Set aside 5 minutes each day and practice seeing yourself achieve your loftiest goals.  This will be hard at first, but will eventually the mind will de-clutter and lead you down a much clearer path.

Get a buddy with similar goals

Can you do it alone?  Absolutely!  But, goals are easier to accomplish when you work in tandem with a partner who has synergistic objectives.  And they are out there; all you have to do is look and ask!

Cultivate patience

No matter how motivated you are, things do not always happen immediately or when you want them.  Therefore it is absolutely imperative to develop great patience, and allow your goals to manifest naturally.

Every day, commit to doing at least two things proactively

It is critical to be “moving forward” every day.  No matter what happens, make sure you are doing at least two daily actions that put you closer to your ultimate goals.  Most of us spend 99.9% of our time in reactionary mode, and this is ultra-un-motivating.

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Develop a Captivating Personality

An attractive personality is what everyone of wish to have. Most of us start imitating people whom we admire just to become like him/ her. Not just the body language it also means clarifying our own persona in a way that we fit every environment perfectly. Here are some tips that can help you to have a pleasing and captivating personality.

Develop your own operating system: Following someone’s steps is easy but it hampers your personality as you are not you. You should have your own opinions, values and philosophy rather than absorbing it from the surroundings.

Accept others as they are: Stop being judgmental or a critique if you are. Everyone has his strengths, focus on them instead of his weakness. It will teach you to learn understand difficult people and make new friends as well.

Really hear people: If you in a habit of listening carelessly then it would be a trouble for you. Everyone in this world likes to be listened. If you take out some time to hear someone carefully it would be a benefit for you as you are making someone feel special and also you are learning something new about him.

Show people you care: In this fast moving environment we hardly get time to make someone feel special. Take out time and express your love and care to everyone. Manifest it in a way that it is important for them not for you.

Speak constructively: your way of talking shows your education, background, surroundings, etc. therefore, while speaking always use words to inspire, motivate and uplift.

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GDGWI Hauls up the Motivational Level in Students

You want to motivate yourself in doing some more fruitful work? In concentrating more on the exams that are coming up? At school, home and everywhere in between, people use motivation to get results. Motivation requires a delicate balance of communication, structure, and incentives. G.D.Goenka World Institute follows certain tactics to motivate your educational life. We are presenting you with 10tips that will help you to maximize yourself for your future.


1. Consequences – We never use threats. We make sure we make our students aware of the negative consequences of not getting results can have a big impact. This one is also big for self motivation. If you don’t get your act together, will you ever get what you want?

2. Pleasure – This is the old carrot on a stick technique. We provide pleasurable rewards to our students which creates eager and productive students.

3. Detailed instructions – If you want a specific result, give specific instructions. Students study better when they know exactly what’s expected.

4. Short and long term goals – Use both short and long term goals to guide the action process and create an overall philosophy.

5. Make it stimulating – Mix it up. We don’t ask our students to do the same boring tasks all the time. A stimulating environment creates enthusiasm and the opportunity for “big picture” thinking.

6. Deadlines – Many students are most productive right before a big deadline. They also have a hard time focusing until that deadline is looming overhead. We use this to their advantage by setting up a series of mini-deadlines building up to an end result.

7. Team Spirit – We create an environment of camaraderie. Our students work and study more effectively when they feel like part of team — they don’t want to let others down.

8. Recognize achievement – We make a point to recognize achievements one-on-one and also in group settings. People like to see that their work isn’t being ignored.

9. Create challenges – Students are happy when they’re progressing towards a goal. Give them the opportunity to face new and difficult problems and they’ll be more enthusiastic.

10. Let people be creative – Don’t expect everyone to do things in a conventional way. Allowing people to be creative creates a more optimistic environment and can lead to awesome new ideas.

We use these key points and increase the motivation level of our student.

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