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Why Motivated People Don’t Get Ulcers

It may seem like a funny question, but in professional life, there are many implications to why motivated people don’t get ulcers. First, let’s remind ourselves that ulcers are mainly caused when you worry too much and unnecessarily pressure yourself with the smallest of troubles. When major problems arrive in life as they inevitably do; you will simply end up troubling yourself without any positive results. Remember that a troubled mind cannot solve any problems – they are far too ‘worried’ to think rationally and find a solution! However, if you’re highly motivated; you’ll not have to face any of these issues, or take pills for ulcers!

If you want to be successful, remember that health is a primary factor. Psychosomatic disorders like ulcers and migraines are common with people who have worries without any though towards the solution. These are physical disorders that start acting up if your mind starts thinking that you have problems. Hence, science has proved a direct link between psychological health and physical well-being. If you want success, you have to work as hard as you can; which is impossible if you’re suffering physically! So physical health and maintaining a healthy diet is also an important part of motivation and success.

Now, to get motivated, you need confidence; and it’s not something available in pills, ready – to – mix drinks, or injectable ampules. Confidence is something you have to imbibe within yourself. You have to work your way to the top, and you have to prepare yourself for the fight. Notice the number of ‘you’s in the last two lines? That’s because any person who is confident is so because of themselves. External factors can inspire, but motivation comes with confidence which you grow within. That’s why motivated people don’t get ulcers – they have no time to worry about ‘if’s and ‘but’s in life – only time to work positively!

If you’ve convinced yourself to perform for yourself, the victory has been half way achieved. Self management is the key to success – ask anyone who you feel is successful. They set targets, plan meticulously, tread carefully, and keep a tenacious hold on their path of work. Such people don’t worry about results, and concentrate all their efforts on working for achievements. That’s why motivated people don’t get ulcers – because they don’t waste time over thinking of all the ‘possibilities’ before the ‘realities’.

The Practice and Science of Motivational Training

The practice and science of motivational training is a long term commitment to yourself, and not just advice. Always remember that patience is vital for success, and you need to be tenacious towards your goals.

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This is why you must understand that a professional motivational speaker or support group can only direct you; and that is only 10% of the journey. The 90% is you – your biggest asset and your most reliable resource – the only factor which you can control 100%. This is why you must hone yourself to have a stronger mindset towards motivational training. You must prepare your own mind to accept defeat as a learning experience and face your problems straight in the eyes. Without these skills of self – empowerment, being motivated is impossible for any individual.

From the billionaire business tycoons to the student who stands out first in junior high – everyone who has won something has adhered to the rules of the practice and science of motivational training. The contradictions? While some people have it naturally, and they don’t even know how they are motivating themselves, others need a guiding hand and a bit of pushing in the right directions to achieve their goals. However, the latter have a slight advantage over the natural victors – they learn on the go, and know the methods and problems much more intricately over the naturally blessed. Hence, when problems do arise (as they always do) the learners will be the ones prepared aptly, while the naturals will have to depend on instinct, situations, and luck.

If life has given you a hard deal before, that is not your story, and it’s not over yet. Think of it as a chapter in your life that has been there to teach you not to repeat the same errors and train you better in case it happens again. This is the first step to understanding self-motivation. It’s like self – hypnosis to believing that you can achieve, and that your past has nothing to do with your future except possibly giving you experience to avoid mistakes! This is all a part of the various angles of the practice and science of motivational training. Prepare yourself before blaming ‘luck’, others, or external factors. Only if you try 110% can you say you really tried, and if you did try 110%; success is already round the next right corner!