The peak-end rule describes the way we judge experiences by the way they end. Here’s a familiar example. You’ve been on a fantastic two- week vacation and after just a couple of hours at work it’s like you’ve never been away.
Harnessing our senses can offer huge potential as motivational tools. When it comes to hearing we’re often bombarded by background noise. Often we can filter this out by thinking our own thoughts or by choosing what we’d prefer to listen to. This is where we can use an opportunity and focus our hearing to make it a platform for motivation.
Two people do similar jobs. Lets say they are both cleaners only one works in a hospital and the other an office. One finds the work boring and pointless but the other finds it satisfying and meaningful.
Gloomy thinking is normal isn’t it? Okay, it is but the problem with gloomy thinking going on too long is that it slows everything down, even to the point where we grind to a halt. So, how do we push gloomy thinking away?
The term self-improvement has been used so often that it seems to have lost some of its meaning and power. Most people strive to be successful, but it is extremely helpful if we band together to get the support that help during the hard times.