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In today's episode of 7 Good Minutes, we talk about the importance of understanding what motivates you to succeed.
What motivates you to succeed?
In this episode, we will explore the different things that can motivate us to achieve our goals. Once you know what drives you, it becomes easier to stay focused and push through any challenges that come your way.
There is no one answer to the question “what motivates you to succeed?” What works for one person may not work for another. However, there are some things that tend to be universally motivating factors for people who want to achieve success in their careers.
One common motivator for people who want to succeed in their careers is the desire to earn more money. Of course, there is certainly nothing wrong with wanting to earn a good salary. But if your only motivation is financial, it's possible that you'll become easily discouraged if you don't see results quickly.
It can also lead to burnout if you're constantly chasing after that next raise or promotion without taking time to enjoy your life outside of work.
Another motivator that can help you achieve success in your career is the desire to make a positive impact on the world. This could manifest itself in wanting to make a difference in your industry, make your community a better place, or even just making sure that your team members feel valued and supported.
Whatever form it takes, this type of motivation can be incredibly powerful and will help you weather the inevitable setbacks and challenges that come with any career.
Finally, many successful people are motivated by a combination of internal and external factors. For example, you may be driven to meet your own high standards and expectations while also wanting to earn recognition from your peers or superiors. Or you may want to create a legacy that lasts long after you've retired from your career.
Whatever combination of motivators works for you, recognizing what drives you can be helpful in keeping yourself motivated when the going gets tough.
Understanding what drives you can be helpful in keeping yourself on track when pursuing your career goals. Whether it's the desire to earn more money, make a positive impact on the world around you, or create a legacy that lasts long after you're gone, knowing what motivates you is an important part of achieving success.
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