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Motivation is the inner power or energy that pushes toward acting, performing actions and achieving. Motivation has much to do with desire and ambition, and if they are absent, motivation is absent too.
Often, a person has the desire and ambition to get something done or achieve a certain goal, but lacks the push, the initiative and the willingness to take action. This is due to lack of motivation and inner drive.
Motivation strengthens the ambition, increases initiative and gives direction, courage, energy and the persistence to follow one's goals. A motivated person takes action and does whatever it needs to achieve his goals.
Motivation becomes strong when you have a vision, a clear mental image of what you want to achieve, and also a strong desire to materialize it. In this situation motivation awakens and pushes you forward, toward taking action and making the vision a reality.
Motivation can be applied to every action and goal and especially in football. There could be motivation to work out at the gym longer or to work on using two feet instead of one to reach a higher level of skill. Motivation is present whenever there is a clear vision, precise knowledge of what one wants to do, a strong desire and faith in one's abilities.
Motivation is one of the most important keys to success. When there is lack of motivation you either get no results, or only mediocre results, whereas when there is motivation you attain greater and better results and achievements. Compare a footballer who lacks motivation and who hardly trains, to a player who is highly motivated, and who devotes many hours to his training; they will get absolutely different results.
Lack of motivation shows lack of enthusiasm, zest and ambition, whereas the possession of motivation is a sign of strong desire, energy and enthusiasm, and the willingness to do whatever it takes to achieve what one sets out to do. A motivated person is a happier person, more energetic, and sees the positive end result in his mind.
What can you do to enhance your motivation and awaken the power that will push you toward accomplishing your dreams, small and big? Here are a few suggestions:
1/. Set a goal. If you have a major goal, it would be a good idea if you split it into several minor goals, each small goal leading to your major goal (Read Kaizen and Football). In this way, you will find it easier to motivate yourself, as you will not feel overwhelmed by the size of your goal and the things you have to do, and the goal would seem more feasible and easier to accomplish.
2/. Understand that finishing what you start is important. Hammer into your mind that whatever you start you have to finish. Develop the habit of going to the finish line.
3/. Socialize with achievers and people with similar interests or goals, since motivation and positive attitude are contagious. Associate with motivated people, who share your interests.
4/. Never procrastinate over anything. Procrastination leads to laziness, and laziness leads to lack of motivation.
5/. Persistence, patience and not giving up despite failure and difficulties keep up the motivation to succeed.
6/. Read motivational stories about football. Players life stories would be a good start. What did it take for them to be winners?
This will keep your enthusiasm and ambition alive.
7/. Constantly affirm to yourself that you can and will succeed.
8/. Look at photos of things you want to get, achieve or do.
9/. Visualize your goals with happiness and joy.
Remember, if football is really important, you need motivation to keep you going.