The Psychology of Motivation: 7 tips to feeling more motivated.

Did you know that lazy people, even really, really lazy people are actually still very motivated?

This week at APE Model Psychology I’ll be sharing with you a behind the scenes look at the psychology behind motivation.  How does motivation work?  Why do we sometimes feel motivated to do things and at other times what we think we want to do feels like the biggest struggle in the world; whether that is to go to work that day, to have the drive to start our own business, to write that book, to go out and actually meet that person or to go to the gym and finally get that gym body.

In today’s video you’ll get access to psychological 7 tips that will enable you to get under the skin of this pesky motivation issue.  You see, by understanding how motivation works, and how our brains have essentially evolved to behave in a way that sometimes works against us, you can begin to override it and then make those changes that you’ve always wanted to make.

So here we go…enjoy.

Of course I’d also love to hear from you.  Have you ever lacked motivation to do something that you thought you actually wanted to achieve? Maybe you have some tips of your own that have worked for you, and maybe you’ve even tried some of the ones I’ve shared here.  Let us know down below in the comments or of course if you have any questions please just send them along.

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2 thoughts on “The Psychology of Motivation: 7 tips to feeling more motivated.

  1. This is brilliant! Really entertaining trailers. The full video is very informative offering practical advice. I think this would be useful for my clients who are rehabilitating for injury too!

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