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Key to Staying Motivated: Become an Inspiration to Others

When it comes to motivation, there is nothing more motivating then when someone says to you, “Because of what you said, wrote or did, I stepped out and took action and these are the positive results that I have accomplished.”

Doesn’t that make you want to take a more proactive stance and do more things that will have a positive effect on those around you.

I have been doing the LifetoSuccess.com website for around 8 years now, and I get emails from people all over the world, stating how they have been helped by a post that I have made and this only makes me want to get back on this blog and post some more.

I try to post once a day but sometimes I am compelled to post multiple times per day based on the emails that I get. I do write down the ideas that I get from the emails in order to make future posts.

This is by far one of the most motivating things that happens to me.

It is really inspiring when people close to you get inspired by your actions, especially those who are really close to you.

You may ask, “Why is that?”

I think the reason for that is that they see you, “warts and all”.

They know that you have tried to start a time management program a million times.

They know that you have started a new fitness program, 10000 times.

But when you nail it and you start to get serious and make those people true believers, you have really knocked the ball out of the park, especially if they start to make positive  change in their lives based on your inspiration.

Here are a few questions to consider:

1. What positive change have you been putting off that if you did it would positively effect those around?

2. Besides yourself, who will benefit if you make these positive changes on your life?

This can be the “WHY” foundation for you to build on to make these positive changes in your life.

I hope this helps and I hope you have a great weekend!

As Always, Here’s to Your LifetoSuccess,

John Clark

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  • When you lead others often the people who follow you keep you grounded and focused on becoming better yourself.

  • When you lead others often the people who follow you keep you grounded and focused on becoming better yourself.

  • When you lead others often the people who follow you keep you grounded and focused on becoming better yourself.