The Science of Motivation (Video)

An estimated 45 percent of people drop their New Year’s Resolutions within a month. Maybe they weren’t really set on them to begin with, or maybe there was a lack of motivation. What exactly drives motivation? ASAP Science is here to explain.

 

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Siyus Copetallus
Siyus Copetallusabout a year ago

Thank you for sharing.

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Iskrica Kne×evi?
Iskrica Kne┬×zevicabout a year ago

love
thx

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Fi T.
Past Member about a year ago

Power of life

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Donna T.
Donna Tabout a year ago

thank you

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Karey Materi
Karey Materiabout a year ago

Our self talk is way too negative if u really listen to your thoughts. We r always putting ourselves down, we don't need anyone to put us down, we do it enough ourselves.

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Karey Materi
Karey Materiabout a year ago

More people should be talking about building their self-esteem.

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Karey Materi
Karey Materiabout a year ago

Great article!

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Karey Materi
Karey Materiabout a year ago

Put in your mind that "I am A strong-willed,enthusiastic, high-motivated person". 4 times a day, three times each for four weeks and u will change your negative thoughts into "I am a strong-willed, enthusiastic, highly motivated person." And u will become that person.

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Karey Materi
Karey Materiabout a year ago

it takes 3 to 6 weeks to change a habit.

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Diane Wayne
Diane Wabout a year ago

cheers.

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