Attention...you can increase your motivation and prevent burnout

Attention…you can increase your motivation and prevent burnout

Attention...you can increase your motivation and prevent burnout

MindShift is leading an hour-long session to kick-start your motivation. Email Katie Kavanaugh at [email protected] to sign up.

Traffic. Job. Personal Growth. Loneliness. These are not fun things to focus on, especially when the weather is warm. Whether you have the circumstances to be at home or not, these seem to never get any better. But the answer to these daily challenges may be just around the corner.

Traffic. Job. Personal Growth. Loneliness. These are not fun things to focus on, especially when the weather is warm. Whether you have the circumstances to be at home or not, these seem to never get any better. But the answer to these daily challenges may be just around the corner.

According to Harvard University brain scientists, a growing body of scientific evidence suggests that activating certain parts of your brain can improve your motivation.

“Mindshift coaches know that motivation can be your most important mental attribute, but there are many factors that can control it, such as food, sex, family, books, TV, cigarettes, drugs, and you name it,” says MindShift Co-Founder and Co-CEO Katie Kavanaugh. “Studies show that when an area of your brain is inactive, it’s tougher to remember, put into actions, and feel like you deserve more. That’s why we can create change in our lives when we turn on the right areas of our brain.”

How you can activate your part of the brain

According to scientists, activating just one brain area of the brain at a time could have dramatic results. To trigger the part of your brain involved in motivation, you must set your life intention as well as either identifying your breakthroughs, a task you are going to complete, or motivating others to help achieve your goal. You must find two drivers of your motivation.

Now there is a theory that when our brain makes changes, it is viewed as expanding our sense of self and authenticity.

“Motivation is the driving force behind all decision-making processes that occur in our brain and body,” Katie Kavanaugh says. “Unlike in the past, today’s brain needs motivation to function. Think about it; are you more motivated when you take the stairs or if you buy a new car? You won’t be able to succeed without feeling motivated.”

MindShift and Kim Kardashian West

As part of a special partnership, MindShift is featuring Kim Kardashian West in a newly commissioned feature that will soon be released on Instagram as well as in a nationally televised 30-minute original docu-drama on the Network.

The story will feature Kim as she sets up MindShift to work with clients and helps them perform their most important new task by answering the following question: “Does your approach to life create your biggest breakthroughs and help you build your greatest brand?”

Kim will also encourage viewers across the U.S. to sign up for her own upcoming series dedicated to fostering new insights for emotionally aware clients to incorporate into their lives.

Kardashian West is a mental strength influencer, a MasterMindStrategist, and an active member of the Kardshian-Jenner family. She has always been an inspiring force. A group effort was required to bring her into the fold at MindShift.

“She is a character, a force to be reckoned with,” Katie Kavanaugh says. “What motivates someone to create their breakthrough or brand is very interesting. More importantly, it helps people focus their time and energy, especially in those moments where getting motivation has been hard.”

A 30-minute original docu-drama will be coming to MindShift Studios nationwide soon and will look at what Kardashian West did to inspire her biggest breakthroughs or her most important new strategic tasks.

For more information, download the free MindShift Studio app to test your dedication to action.

www.mindshiftcoaching.com

MindShift is a 30-minute daily motivational brain coaching session that applies the principles of mental health, behavioral change, psychoeducation, motivational interviewing, reflection, and research to empower individuals to achieve optimal mental and physical state.

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