How Do you Get Intensely Motivated to Succeed in Sports?

Article provided by Zhang Xinyue of Create Abundance

We hear it all the time! You can’t buy or teach the type of motivation necessary for true success. It has to be natural and deeply ingrained, especially in the world of soccer and other sports. But what if it isn’t? Should you just give up and go home? All athletes understand the need to train.

Though history does show that many successful composers, writers, inventors and entrepreneurs did have something solid on the inside that drove them, this is not always necessary for success. If you talk to a roomful of successful people from all walks of life, you’ll hear a wide range of stories about how they got there and what motivated them.

Some people are born into poverty and see at an early age, that if they work hard enough, they can get out. And they do. With all the odds against them, they become the first member of their family to graduate from college and go on to be a popular singer, athlete, business owner or movie star.

What drives them is an intense inner desire to move away from a painful lifestyle of never having enough. Feelings like this can be very strong. If you could package and sell this type of motivation, then the process might be easier for some. But you can’t, so that makes it entirely your responsibility to continually keep yourself fired up about succeeding.

Remember your original desire or passion for the world of sports. Work at staying motivated to win.

With many years as a well-known spiritualist leader and teacher in her field, Zhang Xinyue is known for a variety of achievements. Her creation of the Abundance system aims to promote a meaningful and straight forward approach to life’s philosophical issues. In 2012, she finished one of her best-selling books, Create Abundance. The book is a collection of quotes containing words of wisdom on how to develop body-mind-spirit cultivation.

Her book was initially released in Chinese, but it is also available in English and other languages now. A second version of the book has also recently been released.