you're one of the millions of people who never seem
to get what they really want in life, the reason may
be a few simple attitudes you have acquired that I call
"demotivators." In my experience training thousands
of professional salespeople, I've found four demotivators
common to all of us, which we must overcome to attain
first demotivator is the fear of losing our security.
We are so afraid of losing the security we have, that
we won't give it up to get the greater security we seek.
I truly believe that there is no such thing as security
other than the security we build within ourselves.
We are only secure to the extent of our ability to cope
with the struggle called living, and we cannot be more
secure than our capabilities of handling insecurity
allow us to be.
means we have to give up what we have, to get what we
want. If we refuse to give up anything, where
will the space, time, money, and energy for new achievements
second demotivator is fear of failure. How
many times have you refused to try something, because
you were afraid you'd fail? Isn't it sad how many
of us doom ourselves to mediocre lives rather than accept
the momentary rejections that success demands?
must challenge our fears, and conquer each fear forever.
Soon, you will find that every time you conquer a fear,
the easier it will be to beat the next one. Remember:
Do what you fear most and you will control that fear.
third demotivator is self-doubt. When we're
gripped by negative conviction, we believe everything
we do will be wrong. When you're thinking like this
it is likely that everything we do fails, and ultimately,
of looking at what you did wrong, look at what you did
right. Keep an "up" attitude, overcome rejection
and keep trying.
you'll start to win. The wins will start to pile
up until they smother all self-doubts under a mountain
of positive conviction.
fourth demotivator is the pain of change.
We resist change because it means that part of our old
self must die, and a self that is unknown to us, is
born. We mourn the loss of the familiar as we
labor through the birth of the new.
overcome this attitude, we should make a habit of trying
new things when we don't have to, so we can keep the
best of the old in our lives as a strong emotional foundation.
Remember, there is an element of pain in all change,
but those you put into motion yourself are far less
painful than ones thrown at you by others.
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