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My goals set my direction, but my motivation comes from within. I am motivated by my goals and my own desire for accomplishment.

I am free from the influence of the opinions of others. I am my own person with my own standards, goals, and desires.

I avoid worrying about what may impress others. Any pleasure I gain from making a positive impression on them is fleeting. Other people are concerned with their own accomplishments. I seek to impress myself and to live by my values.

I am interested in discovering what I am able to achieve in my lifetime.

I start each day by reviewing my goals and visualizing the result I want to achieve. I am consistent in performing these actions. This leads me to take the necessary steps each day to accomplish my goals. My goals are always fresh in my mind.

My past successes and failures fuel my motivation. They both serve me as I move forward.

I fondly remember those times I have enjoyed success and feel a surge of motivation. My failures give me the same boost of motivational energy as I remind myself of the many lessons I have learned.

Today, I am self-motivating. I am taking care of my business and creating an even greater sense of urgency in my life. I am my best source of motivation.

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. Is my source of motivation internal or external?
  2. What steps can I take if my motivation begins to falter?
  3. What am I motivated to do in my life right now?


  • I'm my best source of motivation
    I'm my best source of motivation

    Please feel free to download this affirmation reflection. I encourage you to always keep it in your purse or pocket. You can read it whenever you feel like you need some extra support.

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