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Why You Lose Your Mojo!

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Have you ever lost motivation?

 Of course you have, we all do!

 Every New Year countless numbers of women promise to make necessary changes in their life, only to discover that by February they are out of steam and desire.

Mojo has left the building!

 Studies show that only about 16 % of people are able to follow through with their resolutions. The majority give up within 1 to 6 weeks of starting and proceed to wait until next year to re-start. Yikes!

These people blame their failure to fulfill their promised resolutions on a lack of time, resources, ability, or in a word MOTIVATION.


Zig Ziglar says, People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing – that’s why we recommend it daily.

The truth is motivation follows action. If we waited for motivation before we did something, we’d never get started!


Only 8 % of people reach their goals.


The rest are living day to day. Their goals are ambiguous, too general, and lack inspiration and luster.


So why the loss of MOJO?


  1. There is no Vision pulling them.

…leaders create a vision, articulate the vision, passionately own the vision, and relentlessly drive it to completion." - Jack Welch

  • Vision is the rocket fuel to launch us
  • Vision is the engine to pull us
  • Vision is the rudder to steer us
  • Vision is the lighthouse that draws and compels us forward


So, what do you SEE? Keep Vision in front of you. FRAME it!



  1.  The reward is not great enough.


There must be a deep purpose or a more compelling WHY for you to keep going. Unless this goal is something you have to do, think you should do, or is expected of you, you’ll have to either let the goal go and move on, or find the true reason you are investing your time, talent, and emotions into this project, relationship, work or goal.


  1.  You are still unclear on your goals.

Clarity gives you a destination or target of where you want to go.

When you are absolutely clear about what you want to achieve, you can then formulate a solid plan to get there and take the right actions to produce the right results. Do you have a blueprint? If you don’t know where to start, and your goal is overwhelming, you may burn time and energy in smaller, more calming things too procrastinate.

Instead,  face you’re confusion with a plan, break it down into sequential chunks, identify the outcome you hope for, and reverse engineer, making a plan for action.

  1.  You don’t have habits to catch you.

Author of Atomic Habits, James Clear says, we don’t rise to the level of our goals, we fall to the level of our systems.

What are your daily routines that align you every morning?

Because if you win the morning, you win the day.

Many successful days, over time, equal successful weeks, months, and years.

And that leads to a successful life.


“The real joy in life comes from finding your true purpose and aligning it with what you do every single day.”  -Tony Robbins


The secret to your success is found in something you do every morning.

Terri Savelle says, You can’t have a million-dollar dream with minimum wage habits.


Write down every morning your intention of the day and why it is important, considering your vision.

Be Determined. You’ll have to fight for your dreams.  (a vision comes to pass with much painful effort. )


  1.  You battle limiting beliefs.

Limiting beliefs will stall you. You can never perform in a manner inconsistent with what you believe about yourself. Take time to identify the limiting beliefs you have and replace them with more empowering, uplifting beliefs. In order to achieve your BraveHeart Vision and Dreams, upgrade your mindset through powerful affirmations and accept a new set of beliefs that will ignite your confidence.

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