If you were given an invitation to be on the set of one of your favorite television sitcoms or movie sets, it’s quite possible; you would hear a question being thrown around by many of the skilled actors performing their craft.
The question – “What’s my motivation?”
Primarily, the question is asked by the actor, being phrased towards the director and/or writer, to gain a much clearer perspective of the motive that he or she was in need of possessing to create the presence of the character they are meant to portray on screen or stage.
In most cases, the informant follows the question, with the intended state of being or persona, the actor is expected to play out in the given portion of the script.
However, the question does not have to be a verbal request, reserved only for them who have temporarily been affected by a sudden loss of memory, on the air or set.
Oh No… that same question can… and should be used by anyone who dares to step outside of their familiar territory, and desires to produce a life of substance.
My Motivation For the Post
A couple of weeks ago, my good friend, Craig McBreen wrote a post that helped me understand the importance one’s mission plays, overall. He said, “Clearly define your mission, bring heaps of value, do it like no one else can, but make sure there’s some meaning behind those words… Be truthful to your audience and they just might love you for it.”
I have begun to comprehend how having clarity of what motivates me to action, can also assist me in discovering my life’s purpose and mission.
If you’re one of those who believe you don’t possess a purpose or mission in your life – I challenge you to look deeper within yourself for the answer to the question of today’s post, and begin asking yourself, “What’s my life’s motivation and/or mission?”
“Everyone has his own specific vocation or mission in life;
everyone must carry out a concrete assignment that demands fulfillment. Therein he cannot
be replaced, nor can his life be repeated, thus,
everyone’s task is unique as his specific opportunity.”
Motivation Materialized and a Mission Stated
Princeton’s Wordnet, defines motivation as being, “Motivation, motive, or need - the psychological feature that arouses an organism to action toward a desired goal; the reason for the action; that which gives purpose and direction to behavior.”
For far too long, I was being driven by my story…
and yes, of course, other people.
I had absolutely no control over changing how each of these diversions affected me, as well as my reactions to them – or, so I thought.
Releasing Me Today continues to mature me in ways I could not have imagined taking place when I started this path, a year ago.
From then, until now, it has exposed me to learning many truths about my purpose, my way of thinking, and my outlook on life in its entirety.
This new perspective I am extremely grateful to have allowed to take place in my life, has also offered me a chance to see myself, as the Universe sees me. And that being, plain and simply put, “Enough.”
Last week alone was one filled with confirmations, manifestations, and an inner power revelation, taking place. Many of which, I would identify through various books I’m reading at the moment, other websites (like Abraham-Hicks and Heal Your Life), passing conversations with persons I had no idea were watching and reading, and a powerful series on the rejections.
So, here’s what I would like to do today. I would like to share with you my motivation for “The Release.” I now believe I am fully capable of doing exceedingly and abundantly more than I have ever imagined before. And I plan to hold myself accountable for making it happen.
My mission here is to express my willingness to access my fullest potential, compassion for others, and willingness to learn more about life, by being able to step outside of my comforts zone, being committed to provide inspiration and empowerment to others, and be mindful of the resources available to me; so that I might use the platform I’ve been given for the betterment of myself and others, become a published author, as well as become a “Master of Life.” My goal is to obtain at least a $250,000.00 salary by 7/11/2013.
How in heavens will this all happen?
I haven’t the slightest clue.
But I’ve begun aligning my energy, frequency, and vibrations to make it happen. I have set a plan of action on paper, and continuously am doing the work that’s necessary to make it happen.
I’m not concerned about the how, as much as I am the why. And my reason for the why is simple; I believe my life can be effective in changing other people’s lives. And the more resources that are available to me, the more I will be able to do what I feel is my mission and purpose in life.
Since I fervently believe that RMT is my mission and purpose, I also believe that the Universe will respond accordingly, by providing with what I need to carry that mission out.
So there it is. Out there for all of you to see – my motivation.
If you too, would like to come up with your own Life Mission Statement, visit Nightingale-Conant and follow the instructions they offer here.
Thank You and Blessings.
What’s your motivation? Why do you do whatever it is you do?