How to Use the Promise of Rewards to Motivate Yourself

During my days as a math teacher in a High school, I have used this to a great effect to make my students act or do. I have always promised gifts if they can attain a certain level of success in examinations and even during class lectures. Trust those kids; they were always ready to give their all to have these gifts. I have only transferred this special power to do into them using the promise of rewards.

I have heard the state security service making promises of cash rewards to anybody who can give them any tip-off that can make them apprehend notorious offenders in the land who have taken to their heels. These types of promises transfer the power to do into the citizens and usually they act appropriately.

You can use this secret to a great effect in your own life if you fill your mind with the various rewards you will get if only you can bring that idea in you into reality. You should begin to meditate strongly (thought engagement) on these rewards at all times and you will end up pushing yourself the more to achieve any task.

Apostle Paul said in the Phil 4:8, “…whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things”. Yes, think on them (the rewards) and the power to do become very active in you and you will begin to act on your ideas.

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Sesan Oguntade is a Christian personal development expert and a strong proponent of the need for Christian entrepreneurs to run successful godly businesses. He writes the 10-year old Bible Short Reports series with over 30 resources including ebooks, videos, video courses, PDF Check lists and podcasts.

All his problem-solving resources on starting a faith based business have helped lots of Christians to ind and use godly principles to improve their finances and also run their businesses. He watches and analyses football games when he is not writing, reading,teaching or playing with his family.

 

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