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8 Things Highly Motivated People Do Differently

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8 Things Highly Motivated People Do Differently

Everyone has a burning drive inside of them. For some, they need to learn from others to find it. For others, the drive comes naturally and pushes them to do great things. See what those naturally highly motivated people do differently and what they can teach us.

1. They move on

Highly motivated people don’t dwell on problems. If they mess up on a speech in public, fail a test, or do something embarrassing, they don’t try to push it away. They don’t let their mistakes stop them from achieving their goals. Instead, they look at these mistakes as nothing but simple moments in their life. They accept them, learn from them, and move to the next thing on their to-do list.

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“You build on failure. You use it as a stepping stone. Close the door on the past. You don’t try to forget the mistakes, but you don’t dwell on it. You don’t let it have any of your energy, or any of your time, or any of your space.”  – Johnny Cash

2. They wake up early

For most people, the morning is the most productive time of the day. While the world sleeps, highly motivated people are getting things done. Distractions seem to disappear and great ideas will come fast in early morning.

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“Early to bed and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.” – Benjamin Franklin

3. They read…a lot

When Bill Gates and Warren Buffet were asked if they could have one super power they answered the same thing: to be able to read faster. Highly motivated people are always learning. Reading allows one to take in the knowledge of some of the smartest people who have ever lived. Highly motivated people don’t spend much time watching reality TV – they do, however, spend their time reading. Need some books to read? Get started with these 21 amazing autobiographies.

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4. They plan

Highly motivated people don’t leave things up to chance. Planning allows people to get things done faster and better. Highly motivated people know this, and they make use of it. Start waking up and planning all the things you have to do for the day. You’ll be amazed at how much more productive you are.

5. They set goals

Highly motivated people are always working for something. They know what they want, and they search for ways to achieve it. Lifehack is filled with great articles on setting goals. Check out this one and start working for something.

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6. They seek advice when needed

There will be points in everyone’s life where they just can’t do it on their own. Highly motivated people are not afraid to go out and look for help. They don’t let stubbornness keep them from reaching their goals. Oftentimes, the best resource can be a person you see everyday. Help them and they’ll help you. Yes, it’s that simple.

7. They are grateful

Gratefulness has been shown to improve happiness time and time again. Highly motivated people know this and they practice gratefulness all the time. It helps keep them grounded and reminds them that they also had some help. Try to write down 5 things you’re grateful for every day. It doesn’t matter if they’re big or small – just 5 things you’re grateful for.

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8. They don’t set limits

Highly motivated people never stops trying. They pursue their dreams without worry. Limits don’t exist in their minds. Take a second and imagine where you want to be in 5 years. Don’t worry about how impossible it sounds. Remember, highly motivated people don’t set limits. Now write it down. A highly motivated person would hang that piece of paper up, read it every morning, and work towards it every day.

What will you do?

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