What is your Motivation Matrix? What keeps you going day after day to be, stay motivated? How do you keep going? Do you have a game plan, a set ritual, a positive routine or the same’ol routine? Is your paradigm of purpose have passion, does your matrix have meaning? Your thoughts, your self talk, your actions will play out on the matrix of your reality and your results you are getting in your life. Every cause has an affect/action reaction, vibration into motion. The first and best step is to become more aware of your patterns, paradigms and the way you do things. A Matrix of Motivation is developed best by you and what positively influnces you both on a conscious level and sub-conscious level. Your open-mindedness will excel you in the direction you truly desire. Desire to be a little better today, than you were yesterday. Build up a matrix of constant mini-motivations that enhances your life & someone else around you. Motivate yourself a bit every day, for just a little bit better improvement. Don’t watch life from the sidelines or always on TV. Take all things in moderation, but moderately build up your motivation matrix with perpetual self improvement, even when you don’t feel like doing it. Create your motivation by generating a moving matrix of constant chronic caring actions to see it through. Your life expression is your masterpiece. If you were watching your life at the movies, how many stars would you give it? You are one of the greatest, creative life forms on the planet. Never forget that, you have the ability to create, constantly create. That is a nice constant on the Motivation Matrix, eh!? Edward Michael Raymond
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