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Susan Fowler has shared her message on optimal motivation and thriving together in all 50 states and over 40 countries. She teaches at the University of San Diego’s Masters of Science in Executive Leadership and is also the coauthor of the bestselling Self Leadership and The One Minute Manager with Ken Blanchard. Contact Susan at http://www.susanfowler.com.
• What the latest research tells us about people, their brains, and motivation
• Why discipline and willpower are motivation RED flags
• Why all motivation isn’t created equal
• 3 steps to break a bad habit
• How to shift your outlook and get motivated to do anything
• Top fatal distractions that stand in the way of our goals
• Daily practices to hone your skill of motivation
• How to keep others from killing your motivation mojo
1. Your book title talks about three scientific truths for achieving one’s goals. What are these truths?
2. There are different types of motivation. What are they?
3. What can I do if I feel like I am “lacking” motivation (or have suboptimal motivation)?
4. What are the top distractions from being motivation to achieve a goal?
5. You talk about “shifting” to improve your quality of motivation. How does that work?
6. Why are willpower and discipline red flags when it comes to motivation?
7. What can someone do if they feel like others are hindering their motivation?
8. What are some daily practices we can do to hone our motivation skill?
9. You say motivation is a skill. How do people practice the skill of motivation?
10. How is your approach to motivation different than what people are used to? (Skinner’s carrots and sticks, Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, McClelland’s Achievement Motivation, Pink’s book Drive)
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