Science of Motivation – Competing against your past self is the best way to motivate yourself today

Geoff from geoffmobile.com shares a short Table Topics Impromptu Speech at Vancouver Toastmasters Club 59 on the topic of “Is competition a good thing?”

Geoff shares a discussion about how trying to be better than your past self, in effect competing against your past self, is the best way he has found to motivate himself and have a meaningful life.

The book I am referring to in this speech is “Your Brain at Work”, Revised and Updated Edition, by author Dr. David Rock.

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This was an impromptu question asked as part of the Table Topics section of the Vancouver Toastmasters Club 59 meeting held on January 18th 2021 in Vancouver BC Canada (held virtually over Zoom).

For more information about Toastmasters please visit:
toastmasters.org

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Cheers,
Geoff
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