Lessons learned about motivation {revisited}

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Is motivation in your life?

For your consideration here are a few ideas about motivation

…comes from within, and is all around you every where!

…fills your life with approval, love, and joy!

…happens when you listen to your inner voice!

Conclusions, and takeaways

Collaborate with others, follow your dreams, and put your ideas
into action.

You are able to take your lessons learned about motivation to
the next level when you…

Are present in each moment
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Bottom line: Motivation is the commitment you make to others, 
and to your self!  Motivation makes your behavior changes easier! 
Motivation reflects your self-esteem!

The choice is yours!

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What are your lessons learned about motivation?

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learned about motivation
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