Category Archives for "Push Factor"

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The Number 1 Reason Why You Keep Failing! (IMHO)

I’ve started to realize that the road to one’s ultimate success is very personal. Everyone, including me, will be quick to tell you about perseverance, hard work and having a vision, but the struggle, I have found, is a very subjective experience. When plans don’t go as expected, that’s when the real test comes in, […]

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Where Does Your Real Power Lie?

There has only been one time in my life that I was happy to sit and concentrate for long stretches of time, and that was when I was actively working on my art. I worked best in the evenings, and I was happy to come home from my 8 to 5 and dedicate hours into […]

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Are You Ready? Ask Yourself These 3 Questions!

Last Monday afternoon, which was a gorgeous day I might add, I had a long lunch with a good friend of mine. We spoke extensively because we hadn’t spoken in close to 3 years. I spent most of the conversation in silence, listening to my friend speak such profound words of wisdom that I consciously […]

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what is your push factor

What’s A Push Factor Anyway?

You know when the Push Factor website got started, I was quite green, I must admit. I was so busy learning the ropes and getting myself into a consistent routine that I did not truly introduce what the core ethos of it. So what if I could define it, I would say that: A Push […]

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5 Ways To Take Consistent Action (No Matter What!)

Do me a favour: don’t ever tell yourself that you are not consistent! You consistently wake up every morning, prepare for work, if you have a family, get the kids ready for school, etc. You consistently go through your daily routines at work, during the week, and errands during the weekend. Even if you’re always […]

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Video: Hey Genius, Set S.M.A.R.T Goals

There are all kinds of ways to set goals. I find that the most effective is when every part of you is involved in the process, and I mean a physical and emotional connection with what you are doing everyday. When you involve every aspect of you when working through goals, the body and mind […]

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10 Mistakes In Behaviour Change, By Stanford University, Part I

It’s Friday. 🙂 If you were around me, we’d do the happy dance. If you read my blog post earlier this week, I had touched very briefly on a team known as the Persuasive Tech Lab based in Stanford University, and its take on the 10 mistakes we make when changing and replacing old behaviours […]

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The Brutal Truth: Your Number 1 Motivator!

CAUTION! This is a brutally honest post. Here is what I have finally come to grips with: I am surrounded by mediocrity. It has finally dawned on me that if I continue to stay in this environment without putting in real effort every-day, then this year will end with me having broken the 1 and […]

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4 Stages Of A Breakthrough With Derek Franklin

This is a brilliant video that illustrates the power of Breaking Through Your Comfort Zone by Derek Franklin. I love his youtube videos and how they illustrate so clearly how to change daily tendencies, tics and habits! Do watch.

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You Will Never Walk Alone!

I have always been inspired by Liverpool Football Club’s slogan. Reminds me of the times when I feel like I have absolutely nobody to walk with me on this sometimes terrifying journey of pushing through fears and making dreams come true… especially when a relationship with a significant part of your dream dies off. It […]

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