How to Use the 3 Sins of Motivation to Achieve Your Goals

Has your hard work ever been overlooked?

Maybe you’ve been working overtime for weeks, and when promotion time came along, a less experienced co-worker (who rarely, if ever, bides past clock out time) is applauded for his great work and is reinforced with a higher, better compensating position.

Or maybe a new website you’ve been working on for weeks isn’t getting the traffic you think it deserves.

And other, lower-quality websites seem to be as favorable as ever (despite being “uglier” or having worse material on it ).

Whatever it is, it’s a horrendous feeling knowing you’ve worked hard on something merely to see others “take” all the credit.

And if you’re like most ordinary parties, you’ll probably feel furious … resentful … or even prideful … for responding to these unjust situations.

Well, while you can’t always stop this from happening, there IS a path to use this situation to create powerful motivation to bounce back from it.

And perhaps even let you get what you deserve after all. Life is unfair but it’s more unfair when you don’t be dealt with well

It’s ordinary to feel upset or spiteful whenever you see people superseded when you’ve been struggling( with little to show for it ).

Most of the time, beings be brought to an end shedding their hands up in exasperation and giving up in response.

“What’s the detail if it’s just gonna end up like this? ” they might think.

Unfortunately, that’s the wrong way to go about things.

Transform temper, jealousy, and pride into motivational gasoline Rather than letting negativity snap you down, what if you instead used it to drive positive change in your life?

That might sound a little strange.

But at the end of the day, particular negative excitements drive to act.

Of track, these are usually unhelpful wars.

But there’s no reason you can’t channel this force into something that improves your life instead of hurts it.

Here’s how to use 3 supposedly “bad” spirits in a way to propel you forward into motivational and productive success.

1. Unleash Your Anger

Anger is the antidote to fear and nervousness.

Whereas unease will cause you to shrink away from challenges and opportunities, fury will stir you metaphorically create your fists and blast your enemy to bits.


For those of you who have fallen victim through understanding when you know doing something will improve your life, find something to get angry at … and tell em’ have it!

If you crave advertising but are afraid of rejection, imagine a lazy co-worker going it (and gloating about it ), and use that as gasoline to go take it for yourself.

If you’re afraid to promote your website, but receive other “lesser” websites gaining traction, think to yourself “Hey, that’s MY traffic! ” and then “fight” for your website to take the spotlight.

In the right doses, rage is your friend.

Learn to control it and it can become a strong weapon.

43 Walt Disney Quotes

” A person should set his points as early as he can and devote all his energy and flair to got to get. With enough attempt, he may achieve it. Or he may find something that is even more rewarding. But in the end , no matter what the results of the, he are aware of the fact he has been alive .”- Walt Disney


2. Get Green With Envy


When you experience a person or persons with a better paying chore than you, how does that manufacture you feel?

Or what about seeing someone with a nicer mas than you, what about then? No need to think about it much – you (and I) will both feel jealousy.

We want what they have. And WE miss it NOW.

The problem is this feeling usually exactly gets compartmentalized because we don’t like this feeling.

It obligates us to feel insufficient and unpleasant.

And most people are experts at running away from these feelings.

But that’d be a waste of your envy!

A much better reaction would be to look at the person you’re jealous of, study their methods of success, and adapt it to your life- but better. Nobody is successful overnight.

So see if there’s a path to improve on that person’s method so you can do even better than they have.


3. Be a Stubborn and Prideful Person

If you paucity a certain “stick-to-it” capability that hurts your self-discipline, then pride may be what you need.

I’m sure you’ve to construe those people who refuse to give up on something because they’re simply very damned tenacious.


Most beings panorama this as a bad thing, but is it, truly?

What if you could convert that stubbornness to a more productive outcome?

Well, here’s what drives that stubbornness … pride.

A person is stubborn because it would hurt their dignity to give up otherwise. It’s like admitting they aren’t who they say they are if they call it quits.

And I think that’s nearly a superpower if applied to important goals.

To make this work, you need to find something you’re prideful or tenacious about.

For lesson, maybe your family is known for its stubborn lanes.

Well, that’d be perfect!

Next meter you’re working on a point, and feel that urge to give up settling in, just say, “I’m a Johnson, and we don’t give up! ” and then push through till that feeling dissipates.

Or perhaps you’re prideful about doing great in college or taking care of your family or being a great worker … all of these things can be used to drive you through tough times.

Just remind yourself that the thing you’re prideful about means you ARE capable of doing great things.

And that you won’t give in to feelings of laziness simply because they happen to you.

Jeff Bezos quotes

” If you’re not stubborn, you’ll give up on experiments too soon. And if you’re not flexible, you’ll pound your leader against the wall and you won’t see a different solution to a problem you’re trying to solve .”- Jeff Bezos

I like to believe in the idea that everything is to your advantage. Good things are helpful.

But if you’re inventive and open-minded enough … so are the bad things. When you start to think like this, you begin to see that everything can help you.

And when that happens, you might even start hoping you have a bad period … only to use it as motivating fuel.


About the Author Amel

I'm a Digital Marketing Strategist passionate about SEO and Digital Analytics. I also teach Digital Marketing and offer customized private coaching to entrepreneurs and in-house marketers to help them take their revenue or skills to the next level. Follow me on Twitter where I offer advice and share high quality content on marketing, tech and productivity.

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