Many of you will certainly have asked this question at least once in your life, but if you have not yet given an answer, maybe it’s time to stop for a moment to reflect and try to understand what is wrong with your life or in yourself, in your own attitudes, what is the reason for your failures or your dissatisfaction.
We all need to find the motivation to do anything: but what is the substantial difference between a person who acts with strong motivation and another demotivated?
Those who cannot find the motivation in life do not believe in what he does, he moves without a goal or objective, is devoid of stimuli and thus will fail to succeed.
Who does not find the motivation in doing things: cannot see beyond their negativity, is so focused on the imminent gesture, on the action that is performed in the present that their perception of things is distorted and: cannot look at the effects to long-term of what it can achieve.
The classic example of those who do a job that does not love: does not find the motivation because it focuses on the contingent moment and does not think about what it is doing today can benefit him in the future: cannot grasp the positivity of being able to make a profit at the end month and every gesture is accompanied by negative thoughts that obviously can never lead him to succeed.
This is what differentiates the reactive attitude from the proactive one: those who behave in a proactive way do not let the events govern his life but take control and do not allow anyone else or something else to decide for him, he becomes the master of his life, chooses what life to lead and comes more easily to success.
Who chooses to be reactive in life does not find the motivation to deal with situations because he cannot make decisions, let events decide, rather we will tell you more: building in the mind of negative focus is as if he were waiting for an unpleasant event, an unexpected event to attribute to external factors the guilt that everything goes wrong, but we are only the architects of our destiny!
How then to find the right motivation that drives us and ferries us to success?