008 How To Stay Motivated When Times Get Tough

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The truth is, tough times are going to happen. There’s no way to dodge it, run from it, or avoid it. It’s simply part of life; part of business. So how do you stay motivated, empowered, energetic and driven when you encounter these tough times?

Many successful people have their own methods to staying motivated when hard, stressful times enter their lives. Today, I’m going to share with you several tips that I have used and taught to my students on how to stay motivated through the toughest times in your life, your business, or your career. Here’s a secret – it’s not about time management. It’s about self-management.

Remember: A goal is a dream with a deadline.

In This Episode of Real Money Talks:

  • Find the goal or mission that is beyond
  • Set daily revenue-producing goals.
  • Get a coach, a mentor, or get involved in a mastermind.
  • Assess your money, your personal development and growth, your physical space, your health and spirituality, your friends, family, and significant relationships. Find the gap that provides you the most motivation.
  • Give yourself permission to take some time off.
  • What the R.A.L.T. Principal is and how you can use it to stay motivated.

Loral’s R.A.L.T. Principal:

  • Results
  • Action
  • Language
  • Thinking

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