The Importance of Motivation

20:18, Monday, 22 February, 2021
The Importance of Motivation

In Business

If hate working for someone else and want to start your own business, that is great. However, as most business owners will find, having your own business will depend way more from you.
     This can be great if you’re highly motivated but if you’re not, that can be a bad combination. Without anyone on your back telling you to do your work and threatening to fire you if you don’t, it’s easy to just put things off until later.
     The worse thing that can happen is that you go out of business and if you have invested a lot of money into the business, it can be a tough situation to go through. Business owners normally work 12 to 16 hour days so unless you really hate working for someone else or you really love the business, you may want to think twice about this option. It’s not for everyone.

In the classroom

When you have no motivation to study, it can be difficult to get the grades you need to achieve your educational goals. Most students, believe it or not, are able to do very well at school despite what their current grades show. Most of the time, it is not due to the lack of ability to learn the material, but to the lack of interest and motivation to strive to do it right.
     If you are the teacher, it is important that you do what you can to teach the material in a way that interests students. Even something as boring as history can be taught exhilaratingly.

There is no doubt about the importance of motivation and how it plays a role in all areas of our lives. We all have dreams and goals that we want to make come true. If you had an endless flow of motivation, you can literally do anything. The problem is that most people will never make the effort to live an extraordinary life.
     Why? Because it's easier to do nothing but do something. Go do something!

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