The Motivation Manifesto PDF Book by Brendon Burchard


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Why, having been endowed with the courageous heart of a lion, do we live as mice? We must look squarely into our own tired eyes and examine why we waste so much time sniffing at every distraction, why we cower at the thought of revealing our true selves to the world, why we scurry so quickly from conflict, and why we consent to play small.

The Motivation Manifesto PDF Book by Brendon Burchard

Name of Book The Motivation Manifesto
Author Brendon Burchard
PDF Size 5.4 MB
No of Pages 187
Language  English
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We must ask why we participate so humbly in society’s frantic race, allowing ourselves into its mazes of mediocrity and settling for scraps of reward when nature has offered unlimited freedom, power, and abundance to the bold, the determined, the creative, the independent—to each of us. We must ask if our desires to feel safe and accepted are in fact enslaving us to popular opinion—and to boredom.

We must ask: When will we be ready to ascend to another level of existence? When in the course of human events it becomes necessary to ask such questions and to dissolve the beliefs and behaviors that have limited us, assuming once more the full powers of our being to which God and the laws of nature have entitled us.

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A decent respect to humankind requires that we should declare the motives that impel us to exert our strength and to separate ourselves from those who stunt our vitality, growth, and happiness. We must declare our personal power and freedom. We hold these truths self-evident: That all men and women are created equal, though we do not live equal lives due to differences in will, motivation, effort, and habit.

That we are endowed by our Creator with certain inalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness, but that it is incumbent upon each of us to be vigilant and disciplined should we wish to attain such a vital, free, and happy life. We believe the greatest of human powers is the ability to independently think for ourselves, to choose our own aims, affections, and actions.

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For in the hearts of humankind lives a natural instinct for freedom and independence, a psychological predisposition for self-direction, a biological imperative toward growth, and a spiritual joy in choosing and advancing one’s own life. It is the main motivation of humankind to be free, to express our true selves and pursue our dreams without restriction—to experience what may be called Personal Freedom.

To secure these Rights and this Personal Freedom, men and women of conscience must not consent to be controlled by fear, convention, or the will of the masses. We must govern our own lives, and when our thoughts and actions become destructive it is our responsibility to alter or abolish them and to institute new habits as the foundations for a freer, happier life.

We must exert our power, improving how we think and how we interact with the world. When a long chain of self-oppressions and social controls has reduced our strength and independence, it is our right—our duty—to throw off such a life, rise anew, and charge unencumbered through the gates of greatness. We have patiently suffered long enough. The Motivation Manifesto PDF Book

Hoping that someone or some kind of luck would one day grant us more opportunity and happiness. But nothing external can save us, and the fateful hour is at hand when we either become trapped at this level of life or we choose to ascend to a higher plane of consciousness and joy. In this ailing and turbulent world, we must find peace within and become more self-reliant in creating the life we deserve.

This will be a difficult effort, as the history of our actions too often tells a tale of self-injury and unhappiness, stemming from our blind desire to be judged worthy, acceptable, and lovable by people who hardly know our true hearts and powers. And so we have kept ourselves down: We forgot to set clear intentions and standards, and too often failed to voice our desires and dreams.

Randomness and mediocrity too often ruled the day, and the loud and the needy dictated who we were and what we should do—our lives becoming subject to the tyranny of fools. If we can be vulnerable and brave enough to admit such missteps, we might see the potential we left unrealized; we might see a shining new path. The Motivation Manifesto PDF Book

We know this, and we know we should tame our mind in order to defeat fear. Yet look at all the adults who act like powerless children and avoid the life they want because of fear. The socially oppressed say, “Well, you don’t understand. People are always holding me back, and I am afraid to chase my dreams because others will judge and reject me.”

And the self-oppressed say, “You don’t understand. I can’t chase my dreams because I might fail—I might not be good enough.” These are the debilitating thoughts of the fearful. Should we wish to live a vibrant life, we must transcend such childishness and look fear in the eye, recognizing it as a mental construct that we alone fuel with small thoughts that betray our magnitude.

It is the first realization of the mindful human: Unless we are being chased by a deadly animal or deranged human, or face imminent physical harm like falling to our death, fear is just bad management of our mind. Today we are faced with a multitude of placaters and licensed professionals, many of whom have never actually transformed lives, who try to fool us into believing fear is a positive emotion in life. The Motivation Manifesto PDF Book

They say, “Fear is natural,” or “A little fear will motivate you to try harder,” or “Fear builds character.” But in most cases, this is wrong. Fear is the thief of humanity’s light. It may be a necessary instinct that causes us to make smart choices to flee from pain, danger, or struggle, but we must be wary of it. More people find harm in life because of fear than benefit by it.

Those who seek to make fear a positive thing are justifiers, not sages. They aren’t champions of consciousness. Attempting to conceal fear as a friend is like forcing a wolf to be a pet. Soon the pet will eat us alive. Declaring that we will master our fears is the first great leap toward freedom. Our vitality, growth, and destiny all demand that we can topple fear.

As so much hangs in the balance, let us better understand what fear really is. Fear is the human motive of aversion. Fear doesn’t help us commit to higher aims. It doesn’t help us imagine greatness. Its sole aim is immediate release from threat, strain, or pain. It often becomes a by-all-means necessary approach to controlling any given situation so that the body—but most often. The Motivation Manifesto PDF Book

The ego—can feel safe and unchallenged. Fear was given to us as a motive to avoid physical harm and death. That is it. We are the ones who have perverted it into a tool for the ego’s protection. Almost all the fear we experience today has nothing to do with physical threat. We have taken this impulse for safety and bastardized it into ego-driven desires to feel more emotionally comfortable.

We’ve hacked its short-term nature into a long-term tool to avoid difficult circumstances in order to satiate our base desires for approval. Fear has become a crutch for emotional weakness. And as with all crutches, we shall fall slave to its use unless we once more condition our strength.

Most people do not like to discuss fear because it inevitably exposes the ugly truth that we are more often fleeing from ourselves than from actual danger. The modern worries that we succumb to are simply by-products of our own misuse of this primitive motive. Almost all fear we experience today. The Motivation Manifesto PDF Book Download

And its resultant cowardly thinking and behavior, is just imagined social drama created by unchecked mental impulses and conditionings. We are afraid of being rejected, isolated, or abandoned—not of being eaten alive. And those kinds of social fears can be overcome by willful practice.

There is more. Many people want something better for themselves—their ambition is alive and well—but they still do not feel motivated. Why? Because despite the hope for something more, they don’t believe it can happen, or that they can make it happen. They lack expectancy—a choice to believe that their dreams are possible and that they can achieve them.

Imagine the aspiring actor who never auditions—she wants to be an actor but does not believe in her ability to make it happen. Consider the would-be entrepreneur, who wants to start a business but never leaves his job because he doesn’t believe he can make it on his own. These people learn a tough life truth: Desire without belief in self is ultimately deflating. The Motivation Manifesto PDF Book Download

Often, when motivation is lacking, we don’t truly expect that we will realize our aim. And if we don’t believe it, we know we cannot achieve it, so we won’t even try. In this way, expectancy is the great differentiator between mere hope and motivation. When we find ourselves hopeful but not motivated, we need to add a little more faith to the mix, to tell ourselves.

“I expect that it will happen no matter what, because I have faith in myself to learn and grow and, day by day, make things happen. I will make my dreams a reality over time because I trust my ability to learn, to work, to ask for help, to persist.” With these expectations, our minds begin to form the beliefs and behaviors needed to make our ambitions a reality.

So let us focus our minds on seeing our dreams come true, and on seeing ourselves make it happen. Let us sit down tonight and think of what more would bring joy and fulfillment into our lives. Let us journal about it and dream about it. Let us imagine ourselves doing great things with boldness and fire and commitment. The Motivation Manifesto PDF Book Download

This is visualization and internalization—a process of weaving expectancy deep into our psyche and the fabric of our being. This is the process of sparking our own motivation. Consider the man who wants to compete in a triathlon. In order to succeed, he knows he cannot say to himself, “I hope one day that I get in good enough shape to maybe do a triathlon.”

Instead, he clarifies why he has this ambition, and he tells himself that he will race to the best of his ability and succeed; he visualizes himself in the water, on the bike, on the run, crossing the finish line. He summons up his motivation and makes the choice to begin, to train, to succeed—because he believes he must and he believes he can.

So, to those who say, “I wish I were more motivated,” we reply, “Do not hope for motivation; choose an ambition to become motivated for. Fix on a dream and believe that it will see daylight and soon a great swell of enthusiasm will enliven you.” Contrast their life agenda with the world’s stragglers and complainers, who are undirected, passionless, and afraid of work. The Motivation Manifesto PDF Book Free

They fail to cast their intention into the world, or if they do, they allow themselves to be distracted rather than follow their desires to the end. They fail to peer above their immediate tasks to see where they were headed, preferring the illusory sense of progress at having checked off some trifling task. They are too fearful or too lazy or too pulled by the clatter of other people’s demands to chase their own dream.

They do not strive with real desire and discipline. They make excuse after excuse and tell story after story about why they cannot advance or scale the mountain. They feel no responsibility to fully activate their latent powers. They live unconsciously or in quiet denial, unable to face the truth that their own life agenda is strangely absent or insignificant.

And so the mark of greatness will never be seared into their soul because they did not stay true and faithful to themselves or their mission. We are one or the other: the striver with the Spear of Purpose or the distracted straggler with the excuse. Which will be our reality? Shall we allow ourselves to be directionless in life, ripped from any purpose by the demands of others and all the distractions of the world? The Motivation Manifesto PDF Book Free

Or shall we finally get serious about the fact that our days will become weeks and weeks will become months and months will become years and decades and a lifetime either won or lost, joyful or regretful, purposeful or squandered?