Inspiration vs. Motivation

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Services for Real Estate Pros with PRCMPG

 

Just a short thought of the day to ponder -

When you're inspired, you don't need motivation as much. When you're inspired, your internal "system" is touched to its core and it lasts for at least a year, or often a lifetime. When you're motivated, it's generally temporary, because only your ego or instinct is touched. When you're inspired, you are more yourself. When you are motivated, you become excited about acquiring (greed) or becoming like someone else, such as a public figure or a celebrity. You are cranked up, but your enthusiasm fades when you're out of the motivating environment or relationship. Motivation is an external, temporary high. Inspiration is an internal glow.

 

 

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Rainer
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Brian Belcher
RE/MAX Executive - Charlotte, NC
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Great information, thanks for the post. Everyone needs a little motivation now and then.

Nov 04, 2008 01:34 AM #1
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Carol Swain
Keller Williams Real Estate - Langhorne, PA
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Wow that is a great observation/thought.  I have never thought about it that way.  But it does make sense.     

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