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Motivation At Modern Work Places

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The presentation deals with the factors that motivate an individual as well as those which demotivate in every day life.

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Motivation At Modern Work Places

  1. 1. DEL Auditorium15 December 2011
  2. 2. Remove the DustPractitioner ViewStrengthen the beliefUnlearn
  3. 3. What makes the difference in the quality of people’s lives.
  4. 4. Enhanced selfawarenessFeel greater level of energyto achieve bigger goals.How to snub the negative elementout of your life and stay connected with the goals.
  5. 5. Learn with theeyes for the heart.Share with others.Live it - make it a part of yourday to day activities
  6. 6. A feeling of interest or enthusiasm that makes somebody want to do something, or something that causes such a feeling. Motivation is an internal forcethat drives individuals toact in order to achieve a specific goal.
  7. 7. Our motivation can only comefrom inside ourselves. Different people are motivated from different elements.
  8. 8. Motivation is not a constant  While it may go away, it doesn’t dothing that is always so permanently. It there for you. will come back. Just stick it out and wait for that motivation to come back  It comes and goes, and comes and goes again, like the tide.
  9. 9. What is the significance of thinking in our day to day life???The ancestor to every action is a thought. Ralph Waldo Emerson
  10. 10. How the thinking process work??? What you think shall expand
  11. 11. Family Career Society I AMCommunity Colleagues HAPPY Attitude Fellows Behavior Plans Growth Friends
  12. 12. Family Career Desires Society I AMCommunity Colleagues NOT Attitude HAPPY. Fellows Behavior Plans Growth Friends
  13. 13. Instead of thinking about what youre missing, try thinking about what you have that everyone else is missing
  14. 14. There is little difference in people, but that little difference makes a big difference. The littledifference is attitude. The big difference is whether it is positive or negative.
  15. 15.  The happiness of your life depends on the quality of your thoughts.
  16. 16. Tunnel Experiment
  17. 17. Do you dream?? What are your dreams. Man, alone, has the power to transform his thoughts intophysical reality; man, alone, can dream and make his dreams come true. Napoleon Hill
  18. 18. Dreams are renewable. No matter what our age or condition, there are still untapped possibilities within us and new beauty waiting to be born. Dr. Dale E. Turner
  19. 19.  Hold fast to dreams for if dreams die, life is a broken- winged bird that cannot fly. Keep your heart open to dreams. For as Langston Hughes long as theres a dream, there is hope, and as long as there is hope, there is joy in living.
  20. 20.  You see things and say, Why?", but I dream things and say, Why not? George Bernard Shaw
  21. 21. We grow great by dreams. All big men are dreamers. They see things in the soft haze of a spring day or in the red fire of a long winters evening. Some of us let these great dreams die, but others nourish and protect them; nurse them through bad days till they bring them to the sunshine and light which comes always to thosewho sincerely hope that their dreams will come true. Woodrow Wilson
  22. 22. Do you have desire(s)??  Desire is the starting point of allachievement, not a hope, not a wish, buta keen pulsating desire which transcends everything.
  23. 23. Do you have at least one desire without which you can not imagine to live in??? A burning desire is like an inner candle flame which never flicker.
  24. 24.  Burning desire to be or do something gives us staying power - a reason to get up every morning or to pick ourselves up and start in again after a disappointment. Marsha Sinetar
  25. 25.  Every person who wins in any undertaking must be willing to cut allsources of retreat. Only by doing so canone be sure of maintaining that state ofmind known as a burning desire to win - essential to success. Napoleon Hill
  26. 26. It is the appraisal or assessment of a person on his self worth. It encompasses a belief about one’s capacity and worthinessConfidence in oneself, a satisfaction of whatone is and the self respect that confidencebrings.
  27. 27. High Self Esteem Low Self Esteem Poor confidence - causing negative thoughts which means that you are likely to give up easily rather than face challenges. In addition, it has a direct bearing on your happiness and wellbeing.It is very important because it affects howyou think, act and even how you relate toother people. It allows you to live life to yourpotential.
  28. 28. What is low self esteem???Do u believe u r a successful person.Do you compare yourself with others.Can you make your decisions.Do you value the job / work you do.
  29. 29. Self Esteem Evaluation
  30. 30. Self Esteem Evaluation: 15 – 16 High Level of Self Esteem 12 – 14 There is room for improvement 8 – 11 Low self esteem is holding you backBelow 8 Yourself esteem is dramatically low.
  31. 31. Self Esteem
  32. 32. A person without passion has no morevalue than a candle without a flame or fire without light.
  33. 33.  Passions overwhelm reason time and again.Passion is an intense emotioncompelling feeling, enthusiasm, or desire for something.
  34. 34.  There is no nation so powerful, as the one thatobeys its laws not from principals of fear or reason, but from passion. Charles de Montesquieu
  35. 35.  With out passion you don’t have energy, with out energy you have nothing. Donald Trump
  36. 36. Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world. Harriet Tubman
  37. 37. Great dancers are not great because of their technique, they are great because of their passion. Martha Graham
  38. 38. Positive ThinkingDream Burning Desire Believe  Passion
  39. 39.  Little strokes fell great oaks. Benjamin Franklin
  40. 40.  Value small tasks  Start from small to big Devise manageable steps
  41. 41.  Set Milestones Initiation is an achievement  Link the Milestones
  42. 42.  Document Milestones  Try to finish what you start Mark it as achieved upon completion
  43. 43. 1 Issuance of monthly report √2 Review of daily inspection report √3 Meeting with the vendor √4 Preparation of reference list √5 Liaison with the group controller √6 Departmental review meeting √7 Project progress review √8 Planning for the next day √
  44. 44.  Try to finish what you start
  45. 45.  Celebrate the achievement of milestone
  46. 46.  Appreciate the contributions
  47. 47.  Gift yourself
  48. 48.  A wazeer who was sentenced to death by a king having a flying horse.
  49. 49.  Now is the only time you can control. Enjoy each and every moment / aspect of life.  Use the time and not waste it.
  50. 50.  We can easily manage if we will only take, each day, the burden appointed to it. But the load will be too heavy for us if we carry yesterdays burden over again today, and then add the burden of tomorrow before we are required to bear it. ~John Newton
  51. 51.  Let Go Let God
  52. 52.  Why do plants needs GOODEE???
  53. 53.  Visit your inspiration daily. Stay in touch to obtain material that inspire you and strengthen your ideas.  Keep your aspiration alive.
  54. 54.  Add an activity of improving your skills, capabilities on regular basis. Keep improving your work continuously. Observe and study the work of others to enhance your understanding.
  55. 55.  Hold yourself responsible for a higherstandard than anyone else expects of you. Never excuse yourself. Henry Ward Beecher
  56. 56.  Change yourself and fortune will change with you.
  57. 57. There is nothing noble about beingsuperior to some other man. The true nobility is in being superior to your previous self.
  58. 58. Positive Thinking Dream Burning DesireBelieve  Passion  Try to Finish What Value Small Acts you Start Celebrate  Live in Now Renewal  Groom yourself regularly
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  60. 60. Burn out Lack of Lack of Challenge Autonomy FearMistrust Lack of Micro Recognition Management Hostility Lack of Monotony Autonomy Lack of Micro Fear Recognition Management
  61. 61. Frustration Non Stress Anxiety Cooperation Tension Non Job Depression responsiveness Dissatisfaction I am unable No Appreciation He did this Fight or Flight to Grow Fear of He made me The system is Anger unknown for doing this not goodResentment Grievances Dejected Feeling Victim Abusing Blaming Excuses Worries others I had no Someone else is Tendency to Unwillingness responsible fault finding choice to talk
  62. 62.  Man with an elegant horse
  63. 63. Life Family PhilantropySocial network Friends Work Family Friends Work Social network Philantropy
  64. 64. Downs and Highs of Life   Don’t stay in the hell and leave as quickly as possible.  Don’t start taking snap shot / pictures / details. Do not prepare an album of the pictures and start sharing with others all the time.  People leading a good life keep referring to the hard times, even it happened once, or for a moment.
  65. 65.  Biography of a Commissioner Story of any orchard farmer  Beggars in the streets
  66. 66.  Blame, excuse, victimization Know that we are responsible for our current condition / situation of our life.
  67. 67.  We are solely responsible for our condition / situation.
  68. 68. What is the first thing that de-motivate you while you leave for your office / business premises? If you have the option to choose between being right or being kind, always choose being kind.
  69. 69. What is attachment???? an emotional bond or tie to somebody or something.
  70. 70. How do you feel when the result is not as per yourexpectation in spite of your best efforts?
  71. 71. What is detachment???? Release from desire Detachment is Liberation Liberation from Sufferings (Abstract from Book)
  72. 72. How do you feel if someone disregard youraspirations and even discourage you? Disapproval
  73. 73. How do you feel / choose to respond / act whenyou face set back / frustration?
  74. 74. By 35, 41, age been as a store died. At 42, running for  At he his four-year-old young boyAt 23,he was for At 22, he lost of seven, a son  “At the hadhis job defeated twice while his family clerk. and he ran When he grewprospective land officer. keen to go to up, the young man was At 45, he ran rejected asFinally, he did manage to secure a brief a At 31, forced out of he lost. the postboy Congress.later, 51, triedin his attempt tohad to work state legislature and was elected year, he went Two years  At he their forThe samethe become his were he was defeated home. The of speaker in an for theCongress, but a nervouseducation. lost the lawhe hadbut had no breakdown. school, At 27,his state legislature.lostofwithAmerica. bid.  in Senate and lost.39 heyears later, he Two term business. It failed,elector. He his re-election to support into family. at the States nine, debt that  President of the United age lost. ahis mother leaving him of At vice presidential nomination. At 49, he ran for Senate  The man in him 17 years to repay. took question: Abraham Lincoln. passed away. and lost again.
  75. 75.  Success is only failure turned upside down, we learn to be the best by learning from our mistakes and growing from them. Failures is the biggest downfall for most people where they give up too easily and think just because they failed a few times, it’s impossible.
  76. 76.  Do not give up, push yourself to the limit and go above and beyond that. Stay focused on the goal at hand and don’t miss out on opportunities by giving up, that extra effort, that extra try may be the winning ticket to success.
  77. 77. Michael Jordan has missed over 9,000 shots in his career and Thomas Edisonperformed 50,000 experiments before he succeeded in producing a light bulb.
  78. 78. How do you feel / chose to respond if you are not happy with your current situation / work? “If Only”  You are strong and able to grow under any circumstances.
  79. 79.  Blooming is a slow process. A full bloom comes in a slow and steady way.  Its about taking one small step in the right direction, every opportunity you get. It is a mental challenge, most certainly.
  80. 80.  I also love the image of a bloom ratherthan, say a sprout, because a bloom, the finalpart of the life cycle, is the most beautiful part of the flower. . . . and well worth the wait.
  81. 81.  Live in Gratitude
  82. 82.  Practice Generosity
  83. 83.  sohailmateen1@gmail.com www.linkedin.com – Lead by Inspiration
  84. 84.  Thank you very much

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