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    • Motivation starts with the desire to be free.
    • To be free from dependency on others.
    • Freedom to live the lifestyle we dream of.
    • Freedom to explore our ideas.
    • Total freedom is not possible or desirable, but the struggle to achieve that ideal is the basis for motivation.
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    • 1. Motivation starts with a need, vision, dream or desire to achieve the seemingly impossible. Creativity is associated with ideas, projects and goals, which can be considered a path to freedom.  
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    • 2. Develop a love-to-learn, become involved with risky ventures and continually seek new opportunities. Success is based on learning what works and does not work .  
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    • 3. Developing the ability to overcome barriers and to bounce back from discouragement or failure. Achievers learn to tolerate the agony of failure. In any worthwhile endeavor, barriers and failure will be there. Bouncing back requires creative thinking as it is a learning process. In addition, bouncing back requires starting again at square one.
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    • 1. If you like to be creative and love to learn but cannot face up to failure, you will not go back and try again. Persistent is associated with bouncing back.
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    • 2. If you have a unique idea but don’t like taking risks, ideas is all you will ever have.
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    • 3. There must be something in your life that turns you on. You can start by analyzing the lifestyle of your dreams. Remember, money is not a goal, it is a reward for achieving a goal.
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    • Set a major goal, but follow a path.
    • The path has mini goals that go in many directions. When you learn to succeed at mini goals, you will be motivated to challenge grand goals.
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    • 2. Finish what you start. A half finished project is of no use to anyone. Quitting is a habit. Develop the habit of finishing self-motivated projects.
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    • 3. Socialize with others of similar interest. Mutual support is motivating. We will develop the attitudes of our five best friends. If they are losers, we will be a loser. If they are winners, we will be a winner. To be a cowboy we must associate with cowboys.
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    • 4. Learn how to learn .
    • Dependency on others for knowledge supports the habit of procrastination. Man has the ability to learn without instructors. In fact, when we learn the art of self-education we will find, if not create, opportunity to find success beyond our wildest dreams.
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    • 5. H armonize natural talent with interest that motivates. Natural talent creates motivation.
    • Motivation creates persistence
    • Persistence gets the job done.
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    • 6. Increase knowledge of subjects that inspires .
    • The more we know about a subject, the more we want to learn about it. A self-propelled upward spiral develops.
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    • 7. Take risk . Failure and bouncing back are elements of motivation. Failure is a learning tool. No one has ever succeeded at anything worthwhile without a string of failures.
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    • Thank you for your attention.
    • Regards
    • Jean Noel Macaque