Experts in Change Adoption and Training
Duration 1 day
Most problems with motivation come from subconscious thought patterns. And here’s an interesting fact: many of these patterns are intended to motivate us, but in fact act against us, because there are self-sabotaging strategies at play.
The problem is deepened as the ineffective strategies at play have been learnt long ago when we were too young (maybe) to know what was going on. They can be ingrained, difficult to detect and hard to change.
Other causes of poor motivation come from subconscious attachments to self-deprivation. Yes, you can become attached to a deprived, empty life, believe it or not. In this case, a life of passion isn’t familiar and thus we avoid it.
This course will be the beginning of a journey to set yourself free by learning about the ineffective motivation patterns that hold you back and learn to facilitate the process for others.
This workshop will give you the tools to motivate yourself and facilitate the process for others.
This course, delivered by Glass Rock Solutions, is designed for individuals and managers who are focused on increasing personal effectiveness by activating their own motivation and/or facilitating the motivation process for another.
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