This video portrays THE DOABLE SYSTEMTM for you to power up your action-taking ability. It explains how the different components of motivation interact to affect your actions. Spark your interest, strengthen your conviction, and sustain action parallels the activation, intensity and persistence components of motivation. If you optimize each area, you will be a high performer.
Is your career everything you’d like it to be? If not, are you taking action to get your needs and wants met?
There are seven mistakes that hold you back from going for what you want. They are basically motivational barriers because if you don’t resolve them you won’t be able to optimally engage.
By being aware of these mistakes or “action-sticking points," you can look at where you are and what you can do to resolve the obstacle(s). Otherwise, you may feel stuck; you’ll feel frustrated that you don’t have what you want but you’ll feel unable to make your situation better.
Breaking free is about aligning your desires, opportunities, thoughts, and behaviors to work together to get what you want.
These are the seven mistakes:
Mistake #1: Not Knowing What You Want
Mistake #2: Not Being Intentional At Work
Mistake #3: Not Appraising Yourself And How You Can...
I've been there. You feel pressured to move forward, but you're stuck. You don't know want to do. There's a lot on the line because making a good career choice affects your future happiness - but how can you figure it out?
I’ve taken many career tests in my life - found them interesting but not very helpful. I got bits of insight regarding my preferences, but they didn’t give me a clear career direction. I wanted more than just a job where I could apply my skills; I wanted career fulfillment.
Identifying your top “Deeply Embedded Life Interests (DELI)” is a good starting point to find your direction. These are enduring motivational drivers that crave expression. Your happiness depends upon them unless you meet your needs in other areas of your life.
Dr. Timothy Butler, a Harvard University career expert, proposed ten major DELI career themes:
Are you hoping that this year will be the year you keep your New Year Resolutions?
Most of us start the new year with good intentions to improve our lives in some way. We may want to:
Yet, 85% of us give up by mid-January because we never truly commit to making them happen.
Without a strong desire for something specific coupled with commitment to develop and implement a plan, we’ll have nothing to act upon.
Fortunately, there are things you can do to make this year different: