Different motivational factors are required to inspired people into taking actions they may otherwise not take. Some people may not be motivated to maintain a fitness routine while others cfitness may be more 'career driven' than a fitness enthusiast. The point people get motivated for different reasons and these reasons c

Here are 3 of the most common motivation factors any of whichihas the capability to stir a reaction out of even the most unmotivated.

Fear

This factor is probably the most influential of all others due to the fact that it is deeply rooted in a very primal emotion. Fearihas the ability to make even the most lackadaisical people get motivated, and in a hurry! The loss of life, limb, a loved one or even money cmotivation often times is more a reaction than it is a c

Desire

The influence this factor has over someone is based more upon the ability to be self motivated. What stirs a desire in people is dependent upon their particular 'hierarchy' of priorities. These desires are based more upon personal wants or 'urges'iand not necessities. If something is important enough to someone they need to get motivated by their own inner drive.

Need

This factor ranks right behind fearias the second most influential of the three we are discussing here. Whereas a desire as we spoke of above is fueled by a 'want' or 'urge'ia need is based upon something of greater urgency suchias food or shelter. Even though this factor is capable of helping anyone overcome a lack of motivation it is not quite as strong as the primal reaction that fearic

Although it may take different motivational factors to stimulate people into taking action most everybody c

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