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The Simple Yet Effective Not-So Secret Strategy For Motivation

The Simple Yet Effective Not-So Secret Strategy For Motivation | Inspire | Scoop.it
Why do you feel unmotivated? You may be waiting for a wave of motivation to get started on your project.

Via Barb Jemmott
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Daily Quotation's comment, September 11, 2013 11:20 PM
Thanks Barb!
Teni Gharibian's curator insight, September 23, 2013 1:55 AM

Setting small goals for yourself may help motivate you more. Also, having a plan and writing it down also helps. It's always best to not put a tremendous amount of pressure on yourself from the beginning. Thinking about your goal and how happy you will be once you attain it will motivate and inspire you to work towards it. 

Erin Panaciulli's curator insight, September 6, 2014 8:51 AM

Gosh, I've had so many people tell me they aren't motivated lately. I have times that I'm not either, but I just get up and do it and that great feeling comes later. "Since motivation will not zap you like electricity, try this instead." Read below for more.

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Tatsuo Horiuchi | the 73-year old Excel spreadsheet artist | Spoon & Tamago

Tatsuo Horiuchi | the 73-year old Excel spreadsheet artist | Spoon & Tamago | Inspire | Scoop.it

“I never used Excel at work but I saw other people making pretty graphs and thought, ‘I could probably draw with that,’” says 73-year old Tatsuo Horiuchi. About 13 years ago, shortly before retiring, Horiuchi decide he needed a new challenge in his life. So he bought a computer and began experimenting with Excel. “Graphics software is expensive but Excel comes pre-installed in most computers,” explained Horiuchi. “And it has more functions and is easier to use than [Microsoft] Paint.”

 

Horiuchi also tried working with Microsoft Word but it didn’t off the flexibility that Excel did. “Take that, Wall St. analysts,” he later added. (not really)

 

Click headline to read more and view more of his artwork--

 

 


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