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Motion: The Art of Moving Forward by Creating Change by Aileen Sideris is a powerful mindset technique that helps you to change your thought patterns. As you envision the way you see yourself moving forward, it not only lets you see how your thought patterns develop but also enables you to focus on why you desire to change. As life isn’t perfect, there will always be something negative in our lives that we want to get rid of, and there is always something positive that we want. As the author defines motion as a methodology and a simple, effective way of attaining your goals, she breaks down the goal-setting process into feasible steps. Regardless of your position in life, the steps outlined here are designed to help you gain clarity, perform research, overcome obstacles, stay continuously motivated, and help others to do the same.
One remarkable aspect of Motion is that it does not simply feed you with self-help ideas and remind you about a long-term commitment to the process. It allows you to become immersed once you have clearly defined your goal. Doing your research to establish the resources you need makes you analyze why your need to change exists, what factors are causing that need, and what approaches can work. Aileen Sideris lets you specify how you want things to be and lets you review the results when they are achieved. According to metaphysics, motion is not a property of matter. Sideris understands that you should not let the weight of your objectives merely occupy space. You must move forward equipped with the necessary thought patterns and attitudes to realize positive results. Read it and study it. What you are going to learn here will continue to be relevant for years to come.