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What makes the difference between a person stuck in an ordinary, unfulfilling life, and a person racing to the top is a little bit of motivation. 22 inspiring quotes and take-aways from Brendon Burchard's "The Motivation Manifesto" — a compelling primer on how to overcome self-doubt. Download PDF The Motivation Manifesto, PDF Download The Motivation Manifesto, Download The Motivation Manifesto, PDF The Motivation.

Too many of us believe ourselves strong when a long gaze across our lives would sight a pattern of quitting or withdrawing too soon, often when our loved ones needed us to be strong or right when our dreams were just within reach. For convenience or the wide smile of popularity, we waffle on our word and give up what we truly believe in. But there is a nobility to those who do not let neediness or desperation compromise who they are.

We must not follow any impulse to be weak or heartless. Instead we must have a strong refusal to break, choosing that mighty lift of courage, that soaring commitment to love, that grand ascent to the realm of character that is congruent with our highest values. Freedom and victory belong to those who remain true and strong despite temptation.

We are not transmitting or receiving love as we were divinely intended to—we are filtering love rather than feeling it. When we were hurt, we felt that love was somehow diminished or damaged.

But hurt has nothing to do with love, and love is unaffiliated with and unaffected by pain. Ego was hurt, not love.

Love is divine; it is everywhere, ever present and abundant and free. It is a spiritual energy that is, at this very moment, flowing through the universe—through us, through our enemies, through our families, through billions of souls. It was never absent from our lives. It is not bound in our hearts or in our relationships, and thus it is not capable of being owned or lost.

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We have allowed our awareness of love to diminish; that is all. In doing so, we have caused our own suffering. We must mature and realize that freeing our mind of ancient hurts and opening once more to love shall give us access to divine strength. To stand emotionally open before the world and give of our hearts without fear of hurt or demand of reciprocity—this is the ultimate act of human courage. Generation after generation is failing to hold the line on the ideals and virtues of humanity.

The low hum of mediocrity and the heinous pitch of narcissism have replaced what was once the chorus of society singing to virtue, progress, and selflessness. Our talents and collective focus are not fully invested in personal mastery and social contribution but squandered on voyeurism and base sensationalism. There has been a worldwide failure in leadership, birthing an apathetic populace, unjustifiable poverty, unconscionable greed, and a globe ravaged and booby-trapped by war.

So many people are afraid to demand more—to dare, as have the great leaders of the past, to incite the direction- less with bold challenges to rise and contribute.

We must do better. From the squalor of a contaminated moral environment must surface an honorable few, unafraid to challenge the direction of the world. History shall fill in the wake of our actions, so let us be purposeful and let us be great.

Hurry has become the master. We have stopped sensing the stillness, the stunning fullness and beauty and divine perfection of the moment. Most barrel through life, unaware of their senses and surroundings, deaf and blind to the magical qualities of.

We are not supposed to miss it all, this life, but we do, all frazzled, stressed, and stripped away from Now. The cost is immense—so many moments blurred by speed and worry and panic, all stacking onto hectic days, all creating the catastrophe of an un-experienced, joyless life. Many can only vaguely remember the last time they laughed so hard it hurt, loved so much it led to a beautiful flood, cheered so loudly it strained the vocal chords, felt so deeply it caused a showering of tears, had such a raucously good time that it became legend—moments fully lived.

We must s — l — o — w it all down, not just to become more present in the singular moment, but also to elongate that moment so that we truly sense it. Life is meant to be a vibrant, deeply felt, growing mosaic of long, meaningful moments.

“The Motivation Manifesto Summary”

Most of these problems in our lives have been self- imposed. Yet even when we became conscious of them, we sought change in the most humble terms: we set realistic goals and worked to achieve them. But fearful of unleashing our full power, we saw our will fade, we aimed low, and even our mighty efforts were dampened by distraction or the criticisms of a conformist culture.

We complained with angst and anger that it should be easier, forgetting that much of the negative energy that pervades our lives comes from despising the inevitable hardships of change. And so let us be clear that the small, complaining, undisciplined part of ourselves—the distracted character wanting nothing but convenience and ease—is unfit to be the ruler of our new destiny.

Nor can we allow apathetic, small-thinking men and women to lay waste to our future. Group 8 Created with Sketch. By Laura Di Franco. Share on: Group 7 Created with Sketch. Group 9 Created with Sketch. Group 10 Created with Sketch.

Group 11 Created with Sketch. Email Created with Sketch. Group 4 Created with Sketch. Magic is about living in the moment. Facebook Pinterest Twitter. We can be freed by our conscious thoughts and disciplined habits. Article continues below. Whenever possible, choose to surround yourself with people who are positive and purposeful.

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With Dr. Lissa Rankin. Seek empowering information that moves your life forward. Take positive, meaningful action. What are you asking for? Love is the divine essence or thread that connects us all. Revive the magic. Make enthusiasm a practice. Related reads: Laura Di Franco. Your health, wealth and happiness is one Brave Healing book, poem, workshop, strategy session or moment away.

With almost This could have been mentioned a lot less, and the positives we needed to incorporate or focus on could have been the majority of the content. The writing also came across for me as a bit of a rant or bland I am having some trouble clearly articulating why the delivery of the prose did not resonate with me - as I was surprised when it didn't. This book is touted as a New York Times best seller, but I don't think it is a result of the masterful content or delivery of engaging prose or the awesome tips to crank up your motivation; but because of the expert and very strategic online marketing by Brendan and his large band of affiliates.

So my recommendation is if you have high expectations of this book you might be disappointed. If you wanted to feel motivated and inspired after this book, it might miss the mark, unless you are very new to this content.

I actually feel a little bad because I recommended this book to a lot of people based on Brendan's past work, rather than reading it first. I definitely took that personal lesson away myself.

Hardcover Verified Purchase. But as I went deeper into the book I kept finding an underlying current of contempt, even hatred, for that which we are supposed to "overcome. The thing is we are all that stuff at one point or another! We are all that stuff along our whole life-path. There's never a point at which we've totally "transcended" any of that.

Brendan implores us to Declare War on these "negative forces" This leads to self-hatred, frustration, loathing and all the vicious cycle we see repeating all around us It only ends in failure.

Ultimately, this book takes a very Ancient Greek, even Victorian, high-idealized view of humanity, thinking that simply imploring us to live to the Highest Standard Imaginable lots of caps words are used to emphasize the Highest Form of the Word will get us there This is basically just the Western Approach, even the Old Testament Biblical approach, which causes a lot of pain, because it always sets the individual next to the Ideal, and against an ideal the individual must always fail.

The real danger of Burchard's work is that he presents it eloquently, emphatically and matter-of-fact-end-of-story-no-more-argument-style enough that I think many folks will be tempted to turn off their inner-critic whilst reading it. Dont buy into Burchard's sold fear that if you question the material in the book you might just be one of the "small-minded fearful ones" If you feel your heart pinching or any self-loathing developing while reading the book, take note of that, and go ahead and question if it's a direct result of the language, tone and underlying attitude Burchard is using don't immediately blame yourself!!!

If you're looking for something very balanced, realistic, practical and effective beyond a purely theoretical and poetic level, I'd recommend Jack Canfield. I don't have any interest in his stuff byeond personal experience of it.

The Motivation Manifesto by Brendon Burchard

Im promoting it here because Im impressed with it. Much moreso than Burchard's work. Final note, wanna respond directly to a statement Burchard makes: And all that with a high-minded notiong of having "Intended Love" for the punished and chastised little brute. Man, this is such the Victorian Child Rearing view of hurting a child for it s own good, so it doesnt become a tyrant.

The Declaration of Personal Power

Burchard wants to treat his and your inner child in this same way, continuing to abandon and punish it, hating the pain and misery it has felt and acting as though all he, and you, need do is Choose to push it down and Overcome in order to no longer be controlled by the suffering of flawed coping mechanisms. This is no different than any other well-meaning by superficial albeit eloquent western philosophy.

IN fact it's basically the same as what we've been getting for centuries, and are just now starting to realize has actually been the source of a lot of our pain. We don't transcend by just transcending. If we could we would have done so already. Real transcendence comes from massive inner and external honesty and compassion and acceptance and accountability.

Do the real work, feel the real feelings, revel in who you really are, all the flaws and hurts included. Another recommendation is Internal Family Systems work So, good try Brendan, thanks for the eloquent exhortations, but please look a little deeper, and please pull this book and do a new edition with the help of some really insightful therapists.

It is right on and a life changer. Oh my , this book became my second bible. I wanted to just take it all in and digest ever word. What a life changer.

The authors insights were off the charts, everything I read was like, yes, yes, I get it. True to the title, I was so motivated every day. I read it at the gym every day while on the stair master. I found myself repeating what he said to anyone I talked to. It truly helped me to the next level in my life. Anyone who finds themselves stuck or thinks they may be struggling to get to the next level needs to read this book.

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Brendon Burchard has tapped into infinite intelligence while writing this book. It has rekindled a fire and passion in my soul I haven't felt in years. If you haven't got yourself a copy and read it yet, do so ASAP!

Have been right each time, so far. That's how every page is in this book Well done, Brendon! Thank you for sticking to your guns and proceeding with this book, even when the initial publisher didn't get it.The march to Personal Freedom, Burchard argues, can be won only by declaring our intent and independence, stepping into our personal power, and battling through self-doubt and the distractions of the day until full victory is won.

Brendon poses some great, big questions through the course of his book, and this one is fantastic because it asks you to get in touch with your underlying feelings. Photo by iStock. We must choose to feel again. Next, we shall reclaim our agendas.

Declaration number 4: It is not bound in our hearts or in our relationships, and thus it is not capable of being owned or lost.

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