Drive: Developing Willpower – Discover How To Achieve Your Life’s Goals, Desires And Dreams – Product For Personal Use Only

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Discover how to achieve your life’s goals, desires and dreams

Did you know that your willpower is actually a muscle?

Just like a muscle it can be trained, strengthened and developed.

When you develop your willpower you are building personal strength and character. Wouldn’t you like to know how to harness the power to reach all of your goals, desires and dreams?

Now for the first time you can!

Wouldn’t you love to learn:

How to set and reach your goals

How to break habits

How to form a new habit in as little as 21 days

How to attract successful people

How to resist temptations

How to become stronger

and of course!

How to get everything you ever wanted out of your life


Drive – Developing Willpower

Discover how to achieve your life’s goals, desires and dreams

Inside you will find out how to reach your goals and live the life you have always dreamed of.

No more wondering why you lack willpower and why you always feel unmotivated and downright lazy.

Use this informative ebook to develop a strong willpower quickly.

Topics Covered Include:


What is Will Power?

How to Develop Will Power

The Connection between Glucose and Your Willpower

Resisting Temptation

Will Power Exercises

Best Ways to Strengthen Your Willpower, Self-Control and Self-Discipline

The Benefits of Developing Will Power

Identifying Your Choices and Taking Action

Refuse to be Lazy

Pushing Yourself to Overcome Challenges

Complete Tasks on Time

Setting Goals

Your Plan of Attack

How Exercise can Increase Your WillPower

Wrapping it all Up

Inside you will discover what makes your willpower stronger, the one food you should consume to enhance your willpower and the one thing you shouldn’t do when it comes to developing your willpower.

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We defined the dictionary meaning of will power as carrying out your desires, wishes and plans. So why is this not an easy task? Is it because you are lazy or that your desire just isn’t strong enough, maybe your priorities aren’t in order? There are so many excuses that you can come up with as to why you didn’t do what you said you would. When this happens most of the time you are only hurting or depriving yourself. If you had gotten up and exercised you would have probably felt more energized for the remainder of the day. Instead you went around feeling sluggish and lacking energy. Is this how you really want to spend every day? Walking around in almost a zombie like state, not really caring about where you life is headed? Look at developing a stronger will power as forming a brand new habit. When you start a new habit it takes approximately 3 weeks until it is formed in your brain. At the 3 week mark you begin to do the action automatically, without thinking about the why or where. One important thing to remember is that it does require effort to maintain a strong will power. Just like any muscle in your body your will power can get tired and that’s fine. The problem begins when you can’t even get your willpower to kick in at all!

Let’s look at some more definitions of will power:

• Having the ability to control unnecessary impulses

• Following through once you have made a decision

• Refusing to indulge in bad habits

• Overcoming your inner resistance

• Overcoming laziness

• Brings you success And Self-Discipline and Self-Control:

• Both of these work right alongside will power

• Having the ability to overcome difficulties both physical and mental

• Developing your inner strength

• Making the right choices

• Controlling your inner impulses

All of these definitions include becoming aware of what you are doing both physically and mentally. Everyone has at some point said or done something which you later regret.

Developing your will power will help you overcome obstacles and will allow you to make the correct decision. You will be less likely to make quick choices or actions that could have devastating consequences.

How to Develop Will Power

The easiest way to start developing a stronger will power is by getting more sleep. When you are deprived of sleep it is so easy to give in to any type of temptation. All adults should get seven to eight hours of sleep per night. Young children require ten to twelve hours and teenagers nine. Your next step is to avoid drinking alcohol before going to bed. First off, alcohol can affect the quality of your sleep and it affects your glucose level. The amount of glucose in your body seems to have a direct impact on your level of will power.

The Connection between Glucose and Your Will Power

There is a huge ongoing discussion in regards to glucose and your self-control and will power. In 2007 research was published which indicated that people with lower glucose levels had less will power. In this study it showed that people who had less willpower and self-control had low glucose levels in their body. The study also showed that participants who drank a sugary drink where able to concentrate better and they had the willpower to finish a task. Since 2007 subsequent tests have been conducted which repeat these findings.

This book could easily change your life forever!

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