Motivation Techniques #3: Wild Card

I have thoroughly enjoyed writing my motivation techniques articles because this is the area I have most struggled in during my life so far. I thoroughly believe that once you can tackle motivation, you can pretty much defeat any problem that stands in your way. I understand, however, that the questions I've been answering may not be the problems that you, the readers, are grasping with. So, we're going to do things a little bit differently today. This is the Wild Card Round.

Below, you will find a form for submitting your own motivation problem or question. Enter in what's going on for you in your struggles with motivation. I will read over the best questions and give my best answers to them. I will send you an e-mail confirmation when your page is up, and you can then know that the question you have asked has not only helped yourself but it has helped others as well.

If you want to remain anonymous, feel free. The most important thing here is that you are as specific as possible with your motivation issue.

I look forward to trying to help. Thanks for submitting!

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