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Amazing Motivation Handbook!

Do you have trouble with motivation? Is it hard to get motivated? What about keeping yourself motivated?

I suck at motivation. I go through spurts where I’m able to get lots done, but then I have dry spells. When I’m not motivated, I just can’t seem to get anything done.

But now I have an awesome tool to light a motivational fire for myself. It’s The Essential Motivation Handbook.

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The Essential Motivation Handbook is a new ebook by Leo Babauta and Eric Hamm. If you’re not familiar with either author, you’re in for a treat. They both write awesome blogs about self-development and productivity. Leo’s blog (Zen Habits) is one of the top blogs out there, and he’s now published in print!

This book is full of great articles about how to motivate yourself, stay motivated, break through motivational barriers, and more. The content is truly top-notch.

Leo and Eric suggest that you read the book and then keep it handy to come back to when you need some motivation. After my read, I agree 100%. In fact, I’m going to keep my copy on my netbook. I’ll probably refresh myself with a chapter or two occasionally while I’m waiting in court.

Why are you still reading this post? Go get a copy of The Essential Motivation Handbook and motivate yourself! There’s a 100% money back guarantee, so you have nothing to lose.

What’s your favorite motivational tip? Share it in the comments.

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15 Responses to “Amazing Motivation Handbook!”

  1. Detroit Movers
    July 22nd, 2009

    Motivation has always been difficult for me as well. Maybe a book like this would help me find the motivation within myself. I’ll think about it.

  2. Chuck Newton
    July 22nd, 2009

    I get so angry with myself sometimes for my lack of motivation. It comes in waves really. I’ve been to seminars over the years to many of the motivation gurus. But, the older I get, and the more stuff I read, I sometimes think the only motivation material I need is one sheet of paper or computer screen that reads, “All you need is a swift kick in the pants!”

  3. Andrew Flusche
    July 22nd, 2009

    @Chuck – Maybe we all need to have a boot hanging in the corner of our offices. When motivation gets tough, we can give ourselves that kick. 🙂

  4. Chuck Newton
    July 23rd, 2009

    A big ‘ol boot in our offices. That is a great idea.

  5. datingsider
    July 24th, 2009

    Actually, motivation is one of my challenges. This Handbook could be of real help for people like me.

  6. Ana
    July 24th, 2009

    I have a big problems with motivation. Does not matter to me what is the motivation, but who is a person who motivate me. If I respect and appreciate that person, then the motivation productive. Thank you for your proposal.

  7. Hydraulik Poznan
    July 26th, 2009

    Most of us often have lack of motivation so guide like this is a good idea.

    Question: it is effective?

  8. Andrew Flusche
    July 26th, 2009

    @Hydraulik – Yes, the handbook is effective. It provides concrete and practical tips to get motivated. I love it!

  9. Chuck Newton
    July 26th, 2009

    You mean it’s better than the boot? 🙁

  10. Andrew Flusche
    July 27th, 2009

    @Chuck – I don’t know if anything is better than a big, old boot.

  11. joan neal
    July 27th, 2009

    Motivation is only attained by dong. In order to become motivated to achieve a goal you must act. You must act as if you are a man of thought. Motivation keeps us all grounded , full of energy , and gives us the ability to see failure as an event and not a destiny.

  12. Chuck Newton
    July 27th, 2009

    Desire is the starting point of all achievement, not a hope, not a wish, but a keen pulsating desire which transcends everything. — Napoleon Hill

    So, if you are not motivated does that mean that all things considered you do not have a desire?

    You have a lot of activity related to your post about motivation. I wonder if this interest tends to increase during the summer months. It is warm, sunny, enjoyable and people might not have lost the desire to do what they need to do, but they have other desires. This makes them feel overcome and less motivated.

  13. Andrew Flusche
    July 28th, 2009

    @Chuck – You’re very wise. I think desire can come and go. Sometimes it transcends everything, sometimes it peters out temporarily or gets overwhelmed by other emotions. I know that I’d rather be sipping some iced coffee on my patio right now. 🙂

  14. Everything Counts
    August 1st, 2009

    Some very good view points expressed by all. I really appreciate it. Thanks everybody.

  15. Traverse City Movers
    August 21st, 2009

    There is a knack to motivating employees within an organization. I will pick this book up and take a look.

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