Improve Motivation with Creative Thinking – Dr Jo Lukins (Pt 6)

Sport Psychologist, Dr Jo Lukins discusses the concept of creative thinking and changing the way you do things to drive yourself forward to improve or succeed.

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So, creativity offers an impetus for motivation which makes it extremely important.

She discusses the need to change and do things differently when in a competitive environment because people try to copy or replicate success.

According to Dr Lukins, success leaves clues and creativity brings new excitement and possibilities around what you can do.

As a final thought, Dr Lukins discusses the effects of change imposed upon us and the importance of having people ‘in your corner’ during the toughest times and who you are also there for.

⏰⏰TIMECODES⏰⏰
0:18 Creative Thinking as Motivation
2:50 Maintaining a Level of Success
3.50 The Constant Learning Process (Coach Rowe)
6:12 Final Thought on Success

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