Motivation psychology is a study of how biological, psychological, and environmental variables contribute to motivation. That is, what do the body and brain contribute to motivation; what mental processes contribute; and finally, how material incentives, goals, and their mental representations motivate individuals.
What if I told you that you are capable of working on something in such a way that you are unstoppable?
That’s right. When you enter a certain mental and emotional state, it seems like all you can do is produce lots of your best stuff. It doesn’t matter what’s going on around you.
This is called your state of flow. The good news is everybody has one. It can take different forms. It definitely takes place at different times. It can be triggered by many things.
The problem is, for most of us, we stumble upon our state of flow.
A lot of people think that as long as they focus on the state of flow or they think about it or they kick around to the idea in the head that it will overcome them somehow some way.
It doesn’t work that way. You are missing a key ingredient.
You’re missing motivation.
To make it easy, I’ve put together a step-by-step guide that will show you exactly how it’s done