Instant Motivation: The surprising truth behind what really by Chantal Burns

By Chantal Burns

'This will switch the way you see everything'

Linda Swidenbank; Publishing Director, Time Inc (UK)

 

'Reveals the important distinction among how we actually imagine and the way we predict we think'

Rory Sutherland; vp, Ogilvy & Mather

 

 This publication will swap the way you take into consideration what drives you to succeed. Groundbreaking new examine  unearths how your frame of mind holds the most important to your motivation, luck and happiness. 

 

Compelling proof mixed with inspiring tales and insights will unencumber a strong new mindset that will immediately strengthen your functionality and open your eyes to what it rather takes to excel.

 

'If you need to power-up your functionality, learn this book'

Shaa Wasmund, writer of cease speaking, begin Doing

 

'Genuinely transformational'

Josh Krichefski, COO MediaCom

 

'Compelling'

David Pugh-Jones, worldwide inventive Director, Microsoft

 

'Life-changing!'

Sophie Hearsey, Editor, that is life!

 

'Highly recommended!'

Karl Marsden, dealing with Director, Shortlist Media Ltd

 

'Deceptively powerful'

Stuart Taylor, CEO Kinetic Worldwide

 

 

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Instant Motivation: The surprising truth behind what really drives top performance

'This will swap the way you see every thing' Linda Swidenbank; Publishing Director, Time Inc (UK)   'Reveals the very important distinction among how we actually imagine and the way we predict we expect' Rory Sutherland; vp, Ogilvy & Mather    This ebook will switch the way you take into consideration what drives you to prevail.

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We’re all made of the same stuff. Any differences between us are simply a reflection of how we individually use this intelligent system that we’ve been gifted. Why perception is reality I worked in sales for many years. The ability to create and maintain trusting relationships is key to success in this field. ’ At the time it sounded like good advice. Little did I know the truth that it contained. Many of the greatest thinkers of our time have pointed to the fact that we don’t experience the world directly.

At other times, we feel flat or fed-up and it seems as if our motivation has disappeared. We can all go from feeling calm and confident to tense and anxious in a matter of moments. So the question is, what causes these fluctuations? What do you think accounts for the ups and downs of your own state of mind? What takes you from feeling motivated and confident to deflated, insecure or anxious? ’ the reasons given were as follows; My sense of accomplishment My relationship with others How things are going for me at work My own thinking/mindset How others treat me How things are going in my personal/home life Whether things go to plan or not Other people’s moods or behaviour My finances My journey into work As you can see, most people have a host of reasons from weather to workload.

If I were to ask you what you think determines a ‘great day’ at work, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Now, in contrast, if I were to ask you what you think determines a ‘bad day’ at work, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Here are some findings from my research in response to these questions: When it comes to having ‘a great day at work’, the top two reasons chosen are: If I’ve accomplished a positive result of some kind (78%) If I feel like I’ve made a difference (50%) Two of the lowest ranked answers by a large margin are: My own state of mind (9%) If I’ve been in a good or positive mood (13%) When it comes to having ‘a bad day at work’, the top two reasons chosen are: If something has gone wrong at work (67%) If I’ve had a negative encounter with a colleague or manager (66%) The lowest ranked answers by a large margin are; How I’m thinking about things (10%) My own state of mind (11%) You might be surprised by these results.

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