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    Stay motivated even when you hit a brick wall

    October 29, 2007 3031 Views

    Brick WallMotivation is a funny thing. It comes in small spurts. If you're anything like me, you'll be ultra-motivated when you have a new idea, or when you come up with a solution to a problem. The difference between normal people and ultra-successful people is that the most successful people find ways to stay motivated all the time.

    Sometime we hit brick walls. Impediments to progress. Sometimes the world is out to get us. So what do you do to stay motivated? Here are a few tips from John over at Pickthebrain.

    • Set fantastic longterm goals: How are you going to make $10 million dollars by the time you're 60 if you don't set your sights even higher? Don't be afraid to shoot for the stars. Even if you only get 10% of the way there, $1 million is still a lot more than most people ever make. Set your goals high, and the creative juices start flowing. Your mind will come up with some way to get there.
    • Go easy on yourself: Don't beat yourself up for failing. Each failure is one step closer to success.
    • Find friends along the way: If you've read Napoleon Hill, you know about the Mastermind. No one is perfect at everything. Surround yourself with the smartest people you know, and the sum becomes greater than its parts.
    • Create self-reinforcing habits: Every success makes the next one a little easier.

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