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Rajesh Sharma, Manager, India
In my opinion, success comes from loving what you do. Is your current work your passion? When you study highly successful people, you understand that they have at least one thing in common, they like to do what they do. If the answer is no start identifying your passion. That is the best way to get motivated. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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  shazia faiz, Student (University), Pakistan
 

Motivation Comes from an Opportunity to Succeed

Motivation is an internal feeling, it comes from an opportunity to succeed and a person's ability to avail that opportunity. It is a will to accomplish. Simply motivation cannot exist without any reason, if you cannot expect rain without clouds how can you expect motivation without any reason. First of all you must be clear what you want to do, clear about your destination, your goal or objective and clear about the way how you will reach to that destination, how you will achieve that goal. It will bring motivation automatically in your personality and will lead you to success. A sum of all this discussion is "clear vision and direction are important for motivation and success".

  Rajesh Sharma, Manager, India
 

Ways to Be Even More Confident and Motivated

Some ways to get motivated are: 1. Look at past p (...)

 
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