What is Motivation?

Kev Webster Accountability CoachWhen anyone asks me what Motivation is, my preferred answer is, “It’s having faith in oneself”. While this is not the answer they expected, it usually gets the response, “Yes I can see that”. The thing is, having faith in oneself is often much harder than it sounds. In my experience with clients it requires a lot of new learning and some ‘unlearning’ to clear a path ahead. Getting from where you are now to where you want to be in the future – is rarely easy. That’s exactly why I put great importance on using a proven Motivation Coaching model and insist on a high level of accountability. Here’s why…

Accountability – or “How to massively improve your chances of success”

According the the American Society for Training and Development, if you want to improve the chances of your ideas becoming a success, you need to be willing to make yourself accountable. This means, not only do you have to decide to do a thing, make a plan of action and promise yourself and someone else that you will do it. You must also make a concrete appointment with that person to whom you commit.
It is estimated that this final act of responsibility will boost your chance of victory far beyond your wildest dreams. If you could improve your likelihood of success from around 10% to a whopping 95% – by simply making a pledge, would you want to find out more? Right now I am offering a FREE session to help you explore this route to success. Places are limited – apply below.

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From Student to Teacher, to Fiverr #SuperSeller

Following our dreams and passions can be one of life’s most rewarding experiences. My work with clients gives me the added bonus of seeing them push through and achieve things they never thought possible. This published article is the story of one of my clients and demonstrates just how much can be achieved in such a short time. Read Charles’s story here…