T.Magic – Seven Laws of Motivation

September 6, 2007 in Featured, This is my Inspiration | 2 Comments


1. Assign a major goal, but follow a path.

Break down a major goal into a path of smaller goals. As you achieve these smaller, more manageable goals, you will be naturally advancing along the path to your major goal.

2. Always finish what you start.

A half finished task is of no use to anyone. Quitting is a natural habit. You need to develop the habit of finishing self-assigned tasks.

3. Learn how to learn.

We all have the ability to learn without instruction. When you learn the art of self-education, you will create opportunity to find success beyond your wildest dreams.

4. Socialize with others of similar interest.

Mutual support is motivating. You will develop the attitudes of the people closest to you. If they are losers, its more than likely you will be a loser. If they are winners, you will be a winner.

5. Harmonize your natural talent with interest that motivate you.

Natural talent creates motivation, motivation creates persistence and persistence gets the task completed.

6. Increase your knowledge of subjects that inspire you.

The more you know about a subject, the more you want to learn about it. A self- propelled upward spiral starts to develop.

7. Take Risks.

Failure and bouncing back are elements of motivation. Failure is a learning tool. No one on this earth has ever succeeded at anything worth while without failing first.

T.Magic

2 Responses to T.Magic – Seven Laws of Motivation

  1. I printed it and attached it where a can always see it ๐Ÿ™‚
    Thanks for posting this and though it was here just for 2 days it already helped me.
    You’re my greatest inspiration.
    Keep doing what you’re doing the way you’re doing it.

  2. jahzion

    just doin research for new project and using this image as reference. Keep doin ur ting coz ur an inspiration to someone like myself who dreamz of following ur footsteps, or similar!

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