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"Motivational Words" for Weight Loss Hypnosis

In the book The Brothers Karamazov,
Fyodor Dostoyevsky wrote,
“The mystery of human existence lies
not in just staying alive,
but in finding something to live for.” 

That “something” a person lives for
is their goal.

Others refer to it as a dream or an ambition.
No matter how one chooses to call it,
it is what keeps a person motivated.

Goals are essential in life.

Setting goals provide directions.

It sets one’s path.

Period.

Nonetheless,
having goals and realising these goals
are two different things and should not be
confused with each other.

Goal setting is the first step to attaining
a successful and quality life but the
realisation of these goals gives value
to a person’s existence.

It differentiates a successful person
from a mediocre one.

The great Maya Angelou wrote,
“All great achievements require time.”

Such is true.

Nothing is achieved overnight.
Especially great and excellent things.

It requires hard work, commitment,
dedication, desire and of course,
motivation.

As Vince Lombardi once said,
“The quality of a man’s life is in
direct proportion to his commitment
to excellence, regardless of his
chosen field of endeavour.”
 

Thus, just wanting something, 
usually does not work.

Simply wanting is not enough

Rather,
you must want something so strongly,
that you feel hunger for whatever it is
you desire.

Even Rashmi Bansal wrote these
famous words on entrepreneurship:

“Stay Hungry, stay foolish.”

As a result of this,
you will be motivated to compel and
overcome all obstacles 
just to achieve that one thing
you yearn for.

This is the kind of motivation that
successful people have.

It is what differentiates them
from the majority.

According to humanist psychologist
Abraham Maslow, actions of human beings
are motivated in order to achieve certain needs.

Maslow first introduced his concept
of a hierarchy of needs in his 1943 paper
“A Theory of Human Motivation”
and his subsequent book
Motivation and Personality.

This hierarchy suggests that people
are motivated to fulfil basic needs
before moving on to other,
more advanced needs.

But above all human needs,
is a need to be motivated and,
to stay motivated.

The famous motivational speaker
Zig Ziglar once stated this:
People often say
that motivation doesn’t last.
Well, neither does bathing –
that’s why we recommend it daily.”

I hope these
“motivational words” have helped you…

You can lift up the bonnet to reveal
the “engine” from my weight loss program:

Melbourne Cognitive Weight Loss Hypnosis.

It will provide the daily dose of
motivational fuel that
 every individual needs 

for losing weight.

Marco – MCH

 

For Weight Loss Ring MCH

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