Enthusiasm as Motivational Psychology

Some ideas of Psychology of Enthusiasm, Positive Psychology, Motivation to Achievement, Automotivation and Proactivity

 

“In the depths of man these dormant powers inhabit; powers that would amaze him, that he never dreamed of possessing; forces that would revolutionize your life, if you woke up and went into action “

ORISON SWETT MARDEN

 

“Man is not the creature of circumstances, but circumstances are the creatures of men”

BENJAMIN DISRAELI

 

“The secret of success is to learn to use suffering and pleasure, instead of allowing them to use you. If he does so, he will exercise control over his own life. If not, life will control you “

ANTHONY ROBBINS         

 

“Every great and demanding moment that occurs in the world is the triumph of some enthusiasm”

RALPH WALDO EMERSON

 

“There can be no transformation from darkness into light and from apathy into movement if there is no emotion”

CARL JUNG

 

“Small things affect small minds, big things affect Big Minds”

RALPH WALDO EMERSON

 

A.- Psychology of Enthusiasm. Motivation. Attitude. Fitness. Empathy Positive thinking

 

“… passionate people energize other people and build enthusiasm.

And as you should know, enthusiasm is contagious. ”

Leonard Roberts, Chairman & CEO Radio Shack

 

Of the Fitness:

 

1. Have attitudes and aptitudes

2. Know how to get up from failures

3. Learn from mistakes

4. Proof, efforts and work

5. Solve problems

6. Speak two languages, know three trades

7. Measure and use time

8. Stimulate the senses

9. Get skills and abilities

10. Expertise for strategies

11. Interconnecting brain, hands, body (NLP)

12. Spatial reconstruction (north, south, east and west)

13. Improve memory and mental speed

14. Emotions

15. Infer, analyze and synthesize

16. Discipline => excellence

 

Positive Thinking

 

* Positive ideas, without hesitation, without hesitation

* Specific goals

* Frank, direct and without hesitation

* Clarity, clarity, convenience, utility

* Use available resources

* The spirit in trouble multiplies

* Nobility, greatness and perfectibility

* Tria precepta iuris

* Look for opportunities in failure, defeat, bad situation

* Half a glass of water: (+ half full) (- half empty)

* “Do not come to sow weeds”

* Build bridges and not walls

* Walker, there is no path, the path is made by walking

* Without discouragement: Glory to God in the highest …

* I can do it..

 

B.- Positive Psychology. Steps to Motivate Motivation and Proactivity Encourage yourself for Action Be proactive and avoid being reactive. Take Initiatives Execute and Do Things

 

TO MOTIVATE IS:

* Achieve a change in the behavior of another directed to an end

1. Interconnecting brain, hands, body (NLP)

2. Spatial reconstruction (north, south, east and west)

3. Improve memory and mental speed

4. Emotions

5. Infer, analyze and synthesize

6. Discipline => excellence

 

Positive Thinking

 

* Positive ideas, without hesitation, without hesitation

* Specific goals

* Frank, direct and without hesitation

* Clarity, clarity, convenience, utility

* Use available resources

* The spirit in trouble multiplies

* Nobility, greatness and perfectibility

* Tria precepta iuris

* Look for opportunities in failure, defeat, bad situation

* Half a glass of water: (+ half full) (- half empty)

* “Do not come to sow weeds”

* Build bridges and not walls

* Walker, there is no path, the path is made by walking

* Without discouragement: Glory to God in the highest …

* I can do it..

 

Empathy

 

It comes from the Greek, to sympathize, to feel in common. Describe a person’s ability to experience the way another person feels and share their feelings, which can lead to a better understanding of their behavior or decision-making. It is the ability to understand the needs, feelings and problems of others, putting yourself in their place, and responding correctly to their emotional reactions.

Human beings are intrinsically social animals. Our brains have developed subtle and sophisticated ways of understanding what other people are thinking and feeling.

Unfortunately it seems that instinct suffers a short circuit when we are in large groups. Corporations become more insular. We transform ourselves into ivory towers.

Empathy can even begin to ensure more ethical behavior in a way that no code of conduct has been able to.

It is in human nature to be interested in a person who is interested in you.

If you want to create products and services that others care about, you should put your problems aside to start dedicating yourself to the lives of other people.

Creating this type of empathic connection can have profound effects on a company, beyond increasing its growth rate. New meaning is given to the work that people do. In today’s world, this is a meaning we lack: companies offer competitive salaries, vacation packages, health insurance and retirement plans. But very few can show some kind of connection between the work they do and the positive impact on the world. Beyond having “a 15 and a last”, many do not have a good reason to go to work on a Monday morning.

In addition to the economic impact, increasing empathy for the people your company serves can help you see how your work makes a difference in their lives. And that is the greatest reward of all.

 

The Question of Attitude:

 

* 1. Our Attitude determines our approach to life

* 2. Our Attitude determines our relationship with people

* “The most important component of the Success formula is knowing how to get along with people”

* 3. Frequently our attitude is the only difference between success and failure

* 4. Our Attitude at the beginning of a task will affect your result

* 5. Our Attitude can turn problems into blessings

* 6. Our Attitude can give us a uniquely meaningful perspective

 

C.- Motivation to achievement. Setting achievements. Motivation and Performance. Personal Development The Motivations of the Leaders. Enthusiasm, energy, passion, self-motivation. Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivators. How to motivate through the Skills. The Enthusiasm as Motivational Psychology

 

* Success is a road, it is a journey

* Not an end in itself

* How is it traveled?

* With the Right Attitude towards success

* With the correct Principles to travel it

* Success is …

* “Know your purpose in life

* Grow until you reach your full potential

* Plant seeds that benefit others ”

* • The Motivation is constituted by all the factors capable of provoking, maintaining and directing the behavior toward an objective.

 

Self-esteem is a set of attitudes that depend on the perceptions, thoughts, evaluations, feelings and tendencies of behavior directed towards ourselves, towards our way of being and behaving, and towards the features of our body and our character.

 

Motivation to Achievement – How to get things done:

 

* Do things quickly

* Doing things well

* Achieve and maintain high levels of quality

* Find tasks that are challenging

* Have an internal quality model

* Discover the reasons that motivate men to act according to something or someone or those that induce men not to act

 

 Characteristics of highly motivated people:

 

• They have a purpose and life project.

• Live the present and transcend the future

• They have received unconditional love and support

• They know their abilities and talents

• They have an ideal model as a reference

• They ignore destructive criticism.

• They are persevering in the achievement of their objectives

• They are positive about their vision of the world.

• They are self-taught.

•Continuous learning.

• They have experienced discrimination and ridicule, without collapsing

• They have lived an extremely difficult experience, which impels them to move forward.

• They make decisions and assume their own responsibility.

-They practice their art in an unbreakable way.

• They have faith in a Higher Self.

• They have no limits.

• They appreciate what they have.

• They leave a legacy to humanity.

 

HOW TO DEVELOP PROACTIVITY:

 

* Positive attitude to make good decisions and acquire criteria: friendship, donation, fidelity, strength, generosity, honesty, industriousness, loyalty, perseverance, service capacity, truthfulness.

 

MOTIVATION FOR:

 

* Beat your defects

* Straighten your intentionality

* Keep the fight to be better every day

* Driving on roads of greater authenticity

* Be consistent between what you think, say and do (synderesis)

* Commit to your own belief

* Achieve their happiness and that of others by fully complying with the dictates of their intelligence, will and rectitude of conscience

 

How to be proactive:

 

* We are responsible for our life

* Subordinate feelings to values

* Make things happen

* Not be reactive

* Always carry our own climate

 

D.- Resilience. Ability to rise when falling. The power of resilience. Motivation systems, goals and performance. Emotional intelligence

 

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

Emotional intelligence is a set of talents or abilities organized into four domains:

• Ability to perceive emotions accurately (ie, ability to perceive)

• Ability to apply emotions to facilitate thinking and reasoning

• Ability to understand one’s own emotions and those of others (empathy)

• Ability to control one’s emotions

 

RESILIENCE

 

It is defined as the ability to recover quickly from a disease, a sudden loss, a natural disaster or adversity.

• It is the capacity of an individual to be able to live well and develop positively, despite the difficult living conditions.

• It is a social development of a person and its adaptation in a certain environment, is to resist, overcome and be transformed by a situation of risk.

A person is resilient when he overcomes those situations and at once, he gets stronger from them.

 

Who has resilience?

• Resilience is not a trait that people have from the beginning. It involves behaviors, thoughts, experiences and actions that any person can develop.

When a person has these components in their life, they feel confident and ready to make any decision in any situation that arises without losing control of their responsibilities.

Resilience Capacity is not genetic, it is acquired and cultivated by developing a proactive thinking style

 

Factors to Have Resilience:

 

I have (external support):

* A person that pleases most people.

* Generally calm and well predisposed.

* Someone who achieves those who are proposed and who plan for the future.

* A person who respects himself and others.

* Someone who feels empathy for others and cares for them.

* Responsible for my own actions and accept their consequences

* Sure of myself, optimistic, confident and I have high hopes.

 

I can (interpersonal skills and conflict resolution):

* Generate new ideas or new ways to do things.

* Carry out a task until it is finished

* Find the humor in life and use it to reduce tensions.

* Express my thoughts and feelings in my communication with others.

* Resolve conflicts in different areas: academic, work, personal and social.

* Control my behavior: my feelings, my impulses, to show what I feel

* Ask for help when I need it.

* Generate new ideas or new ways to do things.

* Carry out a task until it is finished

* Find the humor in life and use it to reduce tensions.

* Express my thoughts and feelings in my communication with others.

* Resolve conflicts in different areas: academic, work, personal and social.

* Control my behavior: my feelings, my impulses, to show what I feel

* Ask for help when I need it.

 

How to acquire strength to overcome adversity?

-Developing a good self-esteem and self image,

-Knowledge and cultivation of their strengths. (Cultivate the Gratitude, Perseverance, Emotional Intelligence, Forgiveness, Creativity and Humor)

-Incentivate the expression of your feelings and needs

-To take the mistakes as lessons and not as failures

-To be creative, flexible and proactive.

-To have good emotional relationships.

-Knowing help when needed.

-Reflect before acting, have self-control. -View life with optimism and a sense of humor.

 

E.- Motivational Pathways- Practices to Motivate and Automotivate:

 

The best practice you should do to motivate and motivate yourself is to create good motivating habits – how I do it:

* I describe my bad habits

* Do I analyze what caused them?

* How do they affect me?

* I describe a new motivational habit

* And finally I say how I’m going to develop it

 

“All the people who go far (Steve Jobs, Rafa Nadal, Gandhi, etc.) have released their inner power. You also have it, but probably because of certain beliefs embedded in your unconscious, it is blocked. We believe that those who achieve exceptional results have a special, innate gift, and that is not the case. They have simply released, consciously or unconsciously, their power “

Anthony Robbins

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