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Motivational and self-improvement materials from a few years ago can be outdated by new understanding. Some material from the past may be exciting, but today is incorrect or at least flawed. Use motivational concepts from the Stone Age at your own risk.

You may continually seek information that you can convert into your own knowledge and apply it to improve your life, your relationships, your business or organization, and other areas. Some may require a shift in your thinking. Some may require knowledge that you didn’t have a few years ago, or that was unavailable.

Old facts such as “the world is flat” were proved incorrect by explorers. Scientific explorers have proven more recent assumptions wrong, such as the concept that memory is formed at the genetic level. How we physically operate our minds impacts how we think, which impacts our ability to set, understand, and use our motivation to achieve our goals.

Recent research in how the brain operates has opened new horizons on the mind and on our motivation. Besides basics on the operation of the brain, the research has uncovered emerging concepts on how different material affects the brain: chemicals, neurotransmitters, and more.

Understanding the interaction between the brain and it’s environment continues to feed the ability of all of us to understand how we think. And additional social research continues to show that how we interact with others helps us in moving towards our own goals, and also in our state of mind as we move forward along the “road of life”.

There are theories as to why our inner world works the way it does, and how we leverage our motivation. And there can be ways you can map this to your own methods and motivation.

Happy New Year! Perhaps this expression (in any language) is one of the most motivating phrases.  It usually brings a sense of beginning, optimism for the future, and giving from the person saying it to the person listening.

With the new year comes our Motivatio newsletter.  It provides motivational content: tips, news, updates, and more.   And the first subscribers will get a free copy of the upcoming Motivational Ebook before it is released. Subscribe at this link, or use the form below:

Here are some motivational videos to perhaps improve your mood, increase your energy, and get you started if you stopped too long.

Video 1: Tony Robbins: A clip covering several motivational topics is below.

Video 2: Eric Thomas: An energetic speech on some of the traits of successful people.

Video 3: Kirk Nugent: The poet’s “Pursue your passion” speech motivating his audience.

Enjoy and if this motivated you, leave a comment or question.

There are many ways we find motivation.  These can be listed and organized – categorized – by type.  The analysis can shed insight into how people are motivated, and what their internal drivers are.

But this type of analysis has not been done much prior to the work on the new MotivationType.com website.  It’s set up in conjunction with the EntrepreneurType.com website, to help people like you understand more about types of motivation and business activities.

The past content from Motivatio (TM) will be blended into this site over time.  Motivatio provides services & information related to motivation, monetization, and more.