Tagged: motivation

competition is such a turn off

competition is such a turn off

Some people love competition, whether it’s getting motivation to win because they can beat someone else or because it raises their level of performance towards excellence and the best they can be. With the popularity of sports, sure there are...

Why be thankful

Why be thankful

Today is Thanksgiving 2009 and we all have so very much to be thankful for. There are cliche’s like “counting your blessings” and having an “attitude of gratitude.” And those are good things. And there are even better things. My...

When labels like introvert and extrovert don’t work

When labels like introvert and extrovert don’t work

Earlier this week, I put an anonymous poll out to my peeps, with this simple question: “For those who know me from offline or online, how much of a people person am I?” I don’t think of myself as the...

neither competitor nor achiever

neither competitor nor achiever

I met Daniel Im at the Awaken Conference this past April, and enjoyed a very engaging conversation with this next gen leader. It always excites me when I meet someone with new ideas and isn’t a cookie-cutter person living out...

tapping into motivation

tapping into motivation

[a lost entry reconstructed] I mused (without a muse for the past 2 weeks) about elusive motivation a week or so ago, and in a recent conversation, I shared a very small bit of insight that if one is tapped...

elusive motivation

elusive motivation

is now becoming elusive sleep.. the past week or so was intent on slowly down to enjoy the holidays, and I’m one of those persons who doesn’t know what to do with myself on vacation. I did get good quality...

lost most if not all of my motivation

lost most if not all of my motivation

welcome back.. it’s been a long period of low profile silence here, and there’s a good reason for that. I’ve just gone thru a 3-month period of depression and lost most if not all of my motivation, and barely clinged...