Motivation Matrix

Motivation Matrix

To help you effortlessly change your behaviour

Changing our behaviour is not easy … Did you know that only 8% of people who make New Year’s resolutions actually stick to them? 

Why is it so difficult to change, especially when we know it’s good for us?!

Well the thing that’ll make the biggest difference is staying motivated.    

In this Motivation Matrix video, we share with you a technique to help you to build your motivation so changing your behaviour becomes … almost effortless.  

You’ll learn 4 different ways to get you started and keep you going so you feel healthier, happier and more fulfilled.

You can download your own Motivation Matrix here

We’d love to learn what you found most useful, please share your comments below.

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  1. Mark Mulligan-Reply
    14th January 2021 at 11:44 am

    I’d love to hear what you found most useful about this video and what small changes you might make? Please share your comments below.

  2. Michael Lawrence-Reply
    15th January 2021 at 10:08 am

    Again a really interesting video, thank you so much. When we get back to some kind of normal I would love to introduce you to our TED Manager where I work Mark, as I am sure they would be interested in what you are doing.

    • Mark-Reply
      15th January 2021 at 10:23 am

      Thanks so much Michael, I’d love to meet you TED manager

  3. Liosa O'Sullivan-Reply
    15th January 2021 at 12:42 pm

    Mark thank you for this. I am determined in the future to be more aware of negative extrinsic motivation. I see, in particular, how fear affects my children’s cognitive ability, for example in exam settings. I will share this video with my children aged 23-17 as I wish I had understood motivation better when I was younger. Thank you.

    • Mark-Reply
      15th January 2021 at 4:21 pm

      Thanks Liosa for the feedback, great to hear it’s so useful to your children. When we are in the negative motivational space it’s not good for our performance in any context.

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