How About Some Instant Inner-gy?
It seems like all of us could use a little extra energy at
one time or another. In fact, most of us know how downright
discouraging it can be to run out of steam before we complete
a project. Even though we desperately want to finish the job,
sometimes we find ourselves too "pooped" to pop. Just at those
moments when we could desperately use an extra boost of energy
to get across the finish line, we are out of gas.
Then there are those other occasions when we lack the mental
toughness to see us through the rough times we encounter.
We know we need to push on, but our will to persevere severely
sags under the mounting pressure, stress and fatigue. I'm
sure you've been there before, haven't you? Are these occasional
lapses of energy and fire power an early warning sign that
we are not really playing at full speed or we lack the commitment
to get the job done? No, not at all. It is human nature, even
in the most competitive of those among us, to be tempted to
slow down or even stop when we are mentally exhausted or physically
Is there anything we can do when we are faced with these overwhelming
feelings to submit or give in? Thankfully, there is. All we
need to do is work on nurturing a secret weapon we all have
within us, a hidden power that we can quickly call upon whenever
and wherever we really need a quick boost of energy. This
magical force is our Instant Inner-gy.
All winners have a burning, passionate, deep down in their
gut desire that drives them to be their best. However, this
desire can be severely tested by the trials and tribulations
we all face daily. At any given time of the day or night,
a potpourri of obstacles, problems and stumbling blocks can
systematically work us over, attempting to snuff out our internal
fire. Once our motivation, drive and desire begin to take
a back seat, our energy correspondingly plunges to precipitously
low levels. The moment we begin to doubt ourselves or our
abilities, even ever so slightly, the party's over.
You can prevent these momentum depleting power outages by
adding some fuel to your internal fire. After all, since your
drive comes from the inside, doesn't it make perfect sense
to build yourself from the inside out? You bet it does. And
that's exactly what we're going to do! You need to continually
work on building your reservoir of inner strength and energy
by feeding your mind positive thoughts and staying focused
on positive ideas. You'll discover that when you continually
put the good stuff in, you will be able to get the great stuff
out - especially at those times when you need it the most.
The key to developing your Instant Inner-gy is extraordinarily
simple. In order to have all the Inner-gy you'll ever need,
you simply need to follow your heart - and begin pursuing
your dreams every day of your life. Once you start passionately
working on that special something that drives you, excites
you and makes you come alive, you'll never, ever have to worry
about running our of Inner-gy again. Why? Because you love
what you're doing! And since you love what you're doing, you
won't want to stop or slow down until you get the job done.
You can call on your Instant Inner-gy whenever you feel yourself
tiring or tempted to give in. By learning how to harness your
body's amazing capacity to produce all of the Inner-gy you'll
ever need, you will develop the ability to summon these bursts
of supercharged energy at those critical 'make or break' moments
of life. Instead of wearing down or wearing out, you'll experience
a turbo-charged adrenaline rush blasting through your veins
like a bolt of lightning - kicking you back into high gear
By finding your unique niche in life and then filling it,
you'll start crossing the finish line in first place time
after time - with plenty of inner-gy to spare.
Greg Hickman is President of The Motivational and
Inspirational Corner, Inc. and creator of the highly acclaimed
30 day Power Performance Program. His website address is http://www.motivational-inspirational-corner.com.
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