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What Motivates you?

What Motivates you?




"Be miserable. Or motivate yourself. Whatever has to be done, it's always your choice."
-Wayne Dyer

Is it cars? Is it money? Is it peace of mind? Is it status? Women? Security? Fame? Fear? How about success? Homes? Lifestyle?


What motivates you?

What really drives you to reach your goals? Is it something materialistic? Is it something charitable?

What is one thing that would REALLY bother you if you were not able to accomplish within your life?

Oh, you haven't thought about it? I recommend you do. Here's why..

I know you're probably saying "Meek? What's with all the questions?" My goal here is to get you thinking about what YOU REALLY WANT! If you figure out what YOU really want, the "how to" will come. Figure out what you want IN DETAIL and let that be your boss. Make it "o.k" for your wants to hurt you. Make failure to get what you want painful. You'll get it in no time!

Let's get to work!

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