Posts Tagged ‘Motivation’

Self Motivation Test

Do you really interested to motivate yourself .if yes ,there is a wonderful web site , which helps you to identify yourself and help you to motivate. It helps to find out

  • Do you appear well educated to others?
  • Are you shy or outgoing?
  • Are you calm and composed under pressure?
  • Do people consider you too emotional?
  • Do people believe you are deceptive?
  • Do people believe you feel superior to others?
  • Are you compassionate?

These personality tests provide the most interesting, accurate and fun means of learning about yourself. just visit and it also has personality test,relationship test,depression test,stress test,motivation test,success test,self perception test,optimism test..just check out this web site and test your self


Who is your competitor?

Who sells the largest number of cameras in India?

Your guess is likely to be Sony, Canon or Nikon. Answer is none of the above. The winner is Nokia whose main line of business in India is not cameras but cell phones.

Reason being cameras bundled with cellphones are outselling stand alone cameras. Now, what prevents the cellphone from replacing the camera outright? Nothing at all. One can only hope the Sonys and Canons are taking note.

Try this. Who is the biggest in music business in India? You think it is HMV Sa-Re-Ga-Ma? Sorry. The answer is Airtel. By selling caller tunes (that play for 30 seconds) Airtel makes more than what music companies make by selling music albums (that run for hours).

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* Remember that your presence is a present to the world.

* Remember that you are a unique and unrepeatable creation.

* Remember that your life can be what you want it to be.

* Remember to take the days just one at a time.

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Ten Tips on Using the Positive Power of the Spoken Word

Recently I read an interesting article about positive power of the spoken words. Many problems start because of the words which we speak. I would like to brief how to improve your positive talks and avoid problems.

The ‘ten tips on using the positive power of the spoken word’ page is to remind ourselves that our words do matter. Everything we say has the potential to either heal or harm. Our words can destruct or construct, be positive or negative.

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How to Improve Your Self Confidence

Here are some quick tips to improve your Self Confidence. If we are committed to have a healthy self confidence there are many things you can do every day to boost your self confidence, each small steps that will help you to reach your goal. The good news is that self-esteem is not fixed and can be improved, try some of the steps below to boost your confidence and self-esteem.

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5 Reasons to Never Give Up on Your Dreams

You were born for a very specific reason! Everything that exists has a purpose.  My laptop has a purpose, my car has a purpose, my socks have a purpose, my dog “Bananas” has a purpose, and more importantly you have a purpose.

You came to planet Earth to accomplish a specific mission.  Maybe it’s to entertain, or to inspire, or to be an amazing parent, or to act, or to cook, or to paint, or to lead a country, or any other thing, but you came here for a specific reason.  It would be an insult to your creator for you to leave this planet without fulfilling that mission.

Don’t settle for a life of quiet desperation, when you were born for greatness.  Don’t live among the chickens, when your birthright is to soar like an eagle.

5 Reasons to Never Give Up on Your Dreams

1. You Only Live Once

“When they back the ‘hearse’ up to the front door, they are not making a practice run.” – Van Crouch

You only get one bite at the apple; make sure you live your life with no regrets.  Most people are living ‘way’ beneath their skills, talents, and abilities.  They are so much more than what they have become.

It’s critical that you make the most of every minute.  Die empty, having given all that you are to the world; because you only live once.

2. There’s No Point in Being Realistic

“Nothing great has ever been achieved by being realistic.” – Mr. Self Development

Go after the impossible.  Set your sights on what you want to accomplish and don’t relent until you arrive at your intended destination.

I like what Will Smith said, in terms of staying “focused” on your dream until you get there.  He said, “having a ‘Plan B’ only distracts you from ‘Plan A’…”  Commit to accomplish your dream, save realism for the average and the mundane.  Don’t settle for less, when it’s possible for you to have the best.

When you become certain that nothing is impossible for you, you will attain everything you desire.”  – Wayne Dyer

3. You Have Time to Fulfill Your Dreams

I’ve told this story before, but I’ll tell it again…because I think it’s a good story…there was a guy who wanted to become a doctor, but was unwilling to go back to school for eight years. When asked by his friend why he wasn’t going to fulfill his dream of becoming a doctor he said, “I would love to become a doctor, but I would have to go back to school for eight years, and in eight years I’m going to be 40 years old! His wise friend responded, “Well, how old will you be in eight years if you don’t go back to school?”

The time is going to pass, let it pass with you accomplishing your dreams.  Maybe it takes you a little longer to succeed.  Maybe you’ll succeed at 90 when someone else succeeded at 9.  Either way, when you’re 90 it won’t matter, as long as you succeeded.

4. You Deserve to be Happy and Successful

You will never be fulfilled until you do what you were created to do.  There’s nothing like the joy of living your dream.  If not you, then who?  If not now, then when?

It will certainly take work, nothing worth achieving is ever easy, but it’s always worth it.  As the famous quote goes, no journey is too great, when one finds what he seeks.

Dedicate your life to fulfilling your dream …in its entirety; your dream should include a happy family and amazing health.

5. You Will Eventually Succeed

“We can do anything we want to do, if we stick to it long enough.” Helen Keller

If you dedicate yourself to your dominant talents, you will eventually experience success.  We’re all born a diamond in the rough; we just need to be uncovered.  We get uncovered from focused and consistent action.

Consider lions; although natural born hunters, they must spend years practicing in order to become experts.  It will probably take you many years and many long nights to succeed, but if you keep at it, and if you stay focused, you will eventually succeed.

In Closing

Commit to achieve your dreams no matter how long it takes, even if it takes another 50 years; just keep living until you get there.

It’s imperative that you do what you were born to do, even if you must do it while you’re working an “8-5” job, with three kids, a cat, and a pet turtle.  Schedule the time; nothing is more critical.

The world needs what you have; the world is waiting for you to be manifested. Thank you for reading!

Written on 11/30/2009 by Mr. Self Development who is a motivational author that offers a practical guide to success and wealth.

How to Discover Your Life’s Purpose – 7 Questions to Ask

“Everything created solves a problem.” – Mike Murdock

Your eyes see, your ears hear, your nose smells. Doctors solve medical problems, lawyers solve legal problems. Your shirt keeps you warm; your watch tells you the time. Everything created solves a problem.

I believe you were created to solve a problem and your success is dependent on your ability to discover that problem and solve it. Finding this problem is discovering your purpose, solving this problem is accomplishing your purpose.

Today I want to discuss 7 questions that will help you discover your purpose.

7 Questions to Help You Discover Your Purpose:

  1. What do you love to do?
    Your purpose is directly related to what you love. The most purposeful people in the world spend their time doing what they love. Bill Gates loves computers, Oprah loves helping, and Edison loved to invent. What do you love? Is it reading, writing, playing sports, singing, painting, business, selling, talking, listening, cooking, fixing broken things. Whatever you love, it’s directly related to your purpose.
  2. What do you do in your free time?
    Whatever you do in your free time is a sign of your purpose. If you like to paint in your free time, then that’s a “sign.” If you like to cook, then that’s a sign, if you like to talk, then that’s a sign. Follow the signs.

    I love to learn in my free time, I have an obsession with learning. Of course, this is a sign of my purpose …which is to teach.

    What do you do in your free time? What would you like to do if you had more free time? Would you teach dance a class or a business course?

  3. What do you notice?
    A salesman notices an uninspiring sales pitch, a hairdresser notices someone’s hair is out of place, a designer notices a awkward outfit, a mechanic hears something wrong with your car, a singer notices when someone’s voice is out of pitch, a speaker notices an uninspiring speech.

    What do you notice? What annoys you?

    I notice when information is not presented in a clear, practical, and simplistic form. This is a sign of my purpose. I’m obsessed with practicality and simplicity. When I teach, I try to teach in a very practical and simple way.

  4. What do you love to learn about?
    What kinds of books or magazines do you like to read? Do you read about cooking, business, or fishing, whatever it is, it’s a sign. I’m always reading about self development, particularly as it relates to successful living. Of course this is also related to my purpose, which is to teach people how to succeed.

    What do you love to learn about? If you have a library, what books do you have in that library?

  5. What sparks your creativity?
    Is it painting, designing, building, speaking, or selling?

    Writing sparks my creativity. I often feel like a sculptor or painter when I write. I carefully sculpt ideas on paper, ideas that impacts people’s lives; it’s a very creative process. Each word must be crafted for maximum impact.

    What sparks your creativity, do you have ideas for new food recipes, or a new creative automotive Web site?

  6. What do people compliment you on?
    What “fans” do you have? If no one likes your cooking, then you probably won’t make a good chef.

    Do people compliment your writing, or your singing, or your amazing ability to sell? Once again, this is a sign of your purpose.

    People always compliment me on my speaking ability, something I was too frightened to do for most of my life. I find it intriguing that my purpose was hidden in something that I was frightened to do.

  7. What would you do if you knew you couldn’t fail?
    Would you start a salon, go on American Idol, start your own business? What would you do if success was guaranteed? It’s a sign to your purpose.

    I’d do what I’m doing right now, which is teaching. Nothing is more important to me, what about you?

In Closing
These questions are signs to your purpose. They’re pointing you in the direction of a specific purpose. One question alone doesn’t tell the whole story; you must look at all of your answers collectively. Each answer is a piece of the “purpose” puzzle.

Study these questions, and your answers, and you will be well on your way to discovering your purpose. Thank you for reading!

Written on 11/30/2009 by Mr. Self Development who is a motivational author that offers a practical guide to success and wealth.