Motivation

Determination

Determination. This is what’s most important when trying to succeed. If you do small step towards your goal but you keep on doing it everyday you WILL SUCCEED!
There’s just no other way.
I love that feeling when I lie in bed in the evening thinking that I did something towards my dream. I have been doing that since 2012 and I really did make my dreams come true but I’ll tell you all about it in some time as it’s still not 100% ready. Yes, it can take several years to get to your goal but if you’re persistant you’ll get there!
I believe in you! 😊

Motivation

Monday motivation

Good morning!

A bit of Monday motivation for you!

Did you know that if you visualize your success there is actually a bigger chance that it will happen?

There’s something in our brain that unlocks itself once you honestly believe in yourself and in your project/goal.

No matter what your goal is, always picture yourself at the finish line. And remember to dream big while doing that! So if you want to lose weight picture yourself thinner, more confident and with a line of handsome men chasing you! 🙂 If your dream is to be an actor/actress imagine receiving some movie award. If writing is your passion visualize the day when they announce that your book is a bestseller. Nice, isn’t it? Imagining success not only motivates you to get to that finish line but it actually opens up your mind. This is all about what you think.

Thoughts have big reflection on our actions. There is much bigger chance that you will do something if you actually believe in succeeding. For many years sportsmen believed that they cannot overcome the distance of 1 mile (1609m) in less than 4 minutes. So this is what used to be believed as minimum time impossible to get. Best runners in the world have been finishing races with a result of 4 minutes + couple seconds until a British athlete called Roger Bannister started to wonder if he’s gonna manage to beat that magical bareer if he changes his running technique. He believed that it is possibile to run faster and he trained for months to break the record.
In 1954 he succeeded – as 1st man in the world he managed to run 1mile in less than 4 minutes. Seeing that he has succeeded many other athlets started to break this bareer as well even though they haven’t changed their technique at all. They’ve just learned that it’s possible and that was enough.

This is why it is so important to have our own goals set high and to have someone to look up to.

 

So who’s your mentor? Who have impressed you the most lately? Please share!