The Secret to Keeping Yourself Motivated

By March 9, 2016Network Marketing

Do you struggle with finding the motivation to take action everyday in your business?  Do you know what you SHOULD be doing every day to move your business forward but for some reason aren't doing them?  In my training today I share with you the “secret” behind keeping yourself motivated to take action every day in your business.  It's a simple thing that can have a huge impact on your eventual success or failure. 

If you are struggling to find the motivation to consistently take action in your business then this is going to be a potentially life changing concept for you.   One of the biggest problems most new entrepreneurs have is they aren't consistent in building their business.  Some days they wake up motivated and excited to take action and other days they don't.  Often times their feelings and emotions are what determine whether or not they show up that day in their business.  Let me give you a very powerful secret about motivation that most high achievers have figured out long ago.

People who achieve high levels of success in whatever they do have figured out that motivation is actually a BYPRODUCT of activity.  If you wait for motivation to show up you very rarely ever wind up accomplishing much of anything.  That's not the way motivation works.  

What these successful people and high achievers have learned is that if you can will yourself into taking action that's when motivation shows up.  It's in the DOING that you begin to get the feelings and emotions you need to sustain the activity needed to create success.   

For most would be entrepreneurs inertia always begins to set in.  Their inactivity becomes contagious.  It begins to affect them like a disease.  One day of doing nothing turns into two, three and then four.  The next thing you know you aren't working your business at all.    

It's almost like this invisible barrier that's holding you back that you need to learn to break through if you want to be successful.  When you can force yourself into taking action and start doing the things that will move your business forward, that's when motivation magically shows up.

Once you can take those first couple of steps motivation kicks in to propel you forward and you start to develop momentum.  That's really what you need in order to maintain consistency in your daily activities to build and grow your business.  


The difference between people who succeed and those that fail is really pretty simple.  Successful people have learned to talk themselves INTO taking action where failures talk themselves out of taking action.

You need to be willing to make a commitment to yourself and your business to be successful.  Figure out what goals and dreams your business can help make a reality for yourself and your family.      

Once you've done that, then identify what the handful of things you need to be doing every day to move your business forward and help you achieve those goals.  I refer to these things as income producing activities.  These are the things that are critical for you to focus on if you want to be successful.    

The final step is then to commit to doing those things every single day.  Not when you feel like it or when it's convenient, every single day.  Do the things you said you were going to do for no other reason than you said you would.

Here is the true definition of commitment: doing the things you said you would do, long after the feeling you said them in has left you.  It's easy for you to commit today when you're excited and fired up, but what about next week when your excitement has left you?

The true measure of a champion is to be able to “pull rank” over their emotions and feelings and take action anyway.  Make sure to watch the video above where I give you some tips and tricks that I've personally used to help me in this area.  

Did you find this training helpful?  If so, leave me a comment below and feel free to share it with anyone else you think it could help! 

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Bob Heilig

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