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New frontiers motivation
New frontiers motivation
New frontiers motivation
New frontiers motivation
New frontiers motivation
New frontiers motivation
New frontiers motivation
New frontiers motivation
New frontiers motivation
New frontiers motivation
New frontiers motivation
New frontiers motivation
New frontiers motivation
New frontiers motivation
New frontiers motivation
New frontiers motivation
New frontiers motivation
New frontiers motivation
New frontiers motivation
New frontiers motivation
New frontiers motivation
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  • 1. New Frontiers
  • 2. What is MotivationAn inferredprocess within anentity that causesthat organism tomove towards agoal.
  • 3. Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs Self Esteem Belongingness Safety Physiological
  • 4. Goals
  • 5. Impossible
  • 6. Where are the keys
  • 7. Failure is one of the most dreaded words in the English Language.Success is theultimate aspirationfor many people.
  • 8. Progress
  • 9. Merry-go-round
  • 10. Choices
  • 11. Change
  • 12. Plan
  • 13. Mentors
  • 14. Time
  • 15. Waste
  • 16. Brand
  • 17. Summer
  • 18. Stall
  • 19. Habit
  • 20. Success New Definition A way of living founded on benefiting from all life has to offer that is:• A long-term sequence of life- improving results.• An outcome of short-term setbacks and failures.• A process of continual development, learning, and fulfillment in life.
  • 21. Success is hard to findFailure is not to tryRyan Sheridan

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