Are inspirational videos worthless? Do they have any value at all? The point of these videos is to inspire you but if that’s all it does, then perhaps they really are worthless. However, it doesn’t have to be that way. This article will discuss what actually makes a video that inspires you useful or useless and shows you how it is really up to you and what you do after watching one of those videos. By the time you finish this article, you will hopefully understand just how to make the best out of any type of inspiration or motivation.
For instance, lets say you want to learn how to play the guitar, and you really want to get good at it but it seems as though you are stuck in a rut. It seems as though there is little to no progress so they find that they no longer have the get inspired or the zeal to pick up that guitar.
Running either kind of business takes a ton of determination and endurance. One way to make this journey easier, is to look to the experts. There is an expert around every corner, ready and willing to help you succeed. I have to say, that I have been overwhelmed with the “jump in and help you” attitude from the experts on the internet. From practical step-by-step applications to motivational videos and even mentoring they are out there to help you. With just the click of the mouse you can have all the expert help you could ever imagine.
There are simple ways to increase your motivation. For starters make sure you are getting enough sleep. It is difficult to be motivated to run a mile if you are still exhausted from work yesterday.
First, don’t beat yourself up over having gone through the above cycle. The careers of most salespeople, marketers, executives, musicians, artists and everyone else who depend on energy and creativity are littered with many such cycles – it’s one of the reasons that motivation al resources and speakers are always in high demand as professionals rush back for their next fix. But it doesn’t have to be that way if you approach personal motivation the same way you do other challenges in your life.
For musicians, a good way of doing this, is slightly limiting yourself on purpose, for example, removing a couple of strings on the guitar, and trying to write a solo with the remaining strings. This will make you think about new ways of playing as you have strings missing that you normally would have used, so that when you put the strings back on, you have a fresh mind and new ideas.
Your brain actually resists the change; not because it is trying to make things hard for you, but it does so for a very good reason. Your brain’s basic function is to keep you safe. Its main interest is your survival.
Keeping motivated is vital to the success of your business. When motivation is lost, your work will suffer and set backs will occur. Spend a little time reminding yourself just what you set out to achieve, take the necessary steps to re-energize yourself and you will regain the enthusiasm you need to take you through the tough times and see the light at the end of the tunnel.