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How to get motivated by setting effective personal ambitions.

Updated on January 15, 2016

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Do you want an unlimited source of motivational fuel? Do you want to be able to get yourself to do the things you find challenging like: going to the gym, making those phone calls, eating healthy etc. Well have you ever set yourself definitive Ambitions to work to? Ambitions that are truly in tune with your personal passions and dreams? Believe or not, it’s said that only 5% of people actually take the time to identify and write down their Ambitions. That suggests that there are a lot of people out there aimlessly going through the motions of their lives without inspiration or motivation.

As soon as you can create definitive personal ambitions that are strongly tied to your passions, your desire to achieve and your compulsion to go out and get what you want, just sky rockets. The reality is, if you fail to make your dreams tangible and bring them into the realm of reality (by writing them down) they just remain fleeting thoughts that come in and out of your head. So do yourself, and your dreams a favour, and turn them into SMART ambitions:

How to write SMART Ambitions (watch the video link below).

It doesn’t matter what you are about or what you want to do, your thoughts, your dreams, your future aspirations all start out as a dream in your head, but only those that write them down and put pen to paper can begin to move towards them. How on earth are you suppose to get to where you want to be in life, if you don’t actually know what that place looks like, where it is or how to get there? Writing down your ambitions gives you a starting point and an opportunity then to create an action plan to get you to your destination. Start with the end in mind and build your journey around that end point.

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