The words “motivation” and “success” are non tangible states concerned with perception, All animals on earth can have perceptions of motivation and success. Neural linguistic training or NLP training is concerned with the science of learning to use our brain. At NLP training Sydney, scientist are learning how we use our brain affects our motivation and success. Pavlov’s dog is a classic example of a documented experiment into motivation and success. Pavlov’s dog was “motivated” to ring a bell at the sight of food. He experienced “success” when he got that food. He was encouraged to repeat his “success” by the sight of food. Food then was the perceived motivation for Pavlov’s dog success to learn to ring the bell. Did Pavlov’s dog learn? By most definitions of learning, the answer is yes.
The term “success” is really a general one. Inductively we can trace the route that “success” follows in our perception. From success we go down to satisfaction. From satisfaction we go down to means. From means we go down to motivation. From motivation we go down to object.
In its most simple terms, an object is the source for motivation. If we possess the brain to figure out how to get that object, we find the means to getting it. If we use the means successfully and get that object, we experience satisfaction. That satisfaction then jumps to the hierarchy of our motivation for success.
If we never find the means to satisfy our efforts for an object, we drop it and change our wants. Motivation and success must be reciprocal or else we have a dysfunctional, unproductive organism that will eventually die. The connection between motivation and success can be seen in every form of existence on earth.