Revealing The CCSEM Motivational Equation

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Following my latest press release on The Digital Journal, I saw a big spike of interest from my audience for me to reveal some of the personal development formulas I’ve developed.

I wouldn’t have been where I am today if it wasn’t for the support of my loyal audience. For that reason, I decided to release a new article revealing one of the most elaborate formulas I’ve developed in the field of human behaviour & motivation — The CCSEM Formula

“One day I wake up feeling as motivated as all hell, then the next day…


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In my years of research, I noticed that there is a recurrent pattern that every procrastinator would experience. It’s not just a pattern, but a chain reaction. Once you’re handcuffed by the “silent killer” it’s hard for you to break the chains and free yourself from this vicious cycle. The problem is that most procrastinators are handcuffed and they’re not even aware of it.

However, something beautiful happens when you look down at your wrists and notice the handcuff. …


A vicious cycle that affects over 2 billion people around the world.

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Procrastination is an art. The reason I call it an art is because we can get very creative with it. We can get so creative in fact that we build ourselves a trap and jump right into it.

I want to start off by asking you a simple question:

“ When do we usually procrastinate? “

Now the answer to this question is often times very clear. We procrastinate when we feel a lack of motivation…Right?

Wrong! Let me explain.

We don’t procrastinate because we feel a lack…


Negotiate with yourself, don’t tyrannize yourself.

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First off, you can’t always avoid being lazy. That’s something you need to accept. We all have days where we don’t get enough sleep, we have long work days, or we had a lot to deal with and laziness is then a sign. Your body or brain are telling you that you need a little break. It’s important that you negotiate with yourself, instead of tyrannizing yourself.

The problem happens when you constantly feel lazy. And I assume that’s what you’re dealing with here.

Now if you were feeling lazy, what’s the one thing…


I want you to think about the people you talk to the most in your life for a second…

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I want you to think about the people you talk to the most for a second.

When I told John to do that, he started naming all the people he can think of. By the time he stopped, I realized that he forgot to mention the one person he talks to the most… Himself!

The problem is, he is not even aware of that. This chit chat we hear behind our ears to tell us to behave in a certain way…


Imagine that every single time you blink, around seven people would have died as a direct or indirect result of stress.

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According to the Center for Disease Control/National Institute on Occupational Safety & Health, the workplace is the number one cause of life stress. The CDC reports 110 million people die every year as a direct result of stress. That is seven people every 2 seconds.

When I read this statement, I started becoming a lot conscious of the stress we go through every single day.

When does the average person today start stressing?

Well let’s go back to the moment right before they go to bed. They…


What it simply takes to stay motivated

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Most people understand others more than they understand themselves.

You might think that you understand yourself very well, but you will come to realize that you actually don’t understand yourself as much as you think you do. In a psychological and motivational structural correlation we often find that we are driven by two different sources of motivation. Intrinsic and Extrinsic motivation. Intrinsic motivation comes from within. It is a highly introspective influence from which your actions derive. The sense of accomplishment is an intrinsic motivation for example.

You are not seeking something in the outside world, you are finding something within.

Extrinsic…


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Why is it so hard to do the small things that can help us improve our lives?

Whether its picking up the habit of reading for half an hour a day, or meditating for five minutes in the morning, it seems like there’s something more powerful than us, throwing us off the right track every single time. We lose the sense of motivation and we end up dropping those habits we wanted to start… So by default the real problem here is our sense of motivation right? Wrong! …


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Look around you… Look at yourself… Everything you see, and everything you are, can be summed up with one simple word: Energy

No, I am not about to throw some Law Of Attraction stuff at you. I am about to share with you some revolutionary scientific discoveries that will change your perspective on the world and on yourself.

First off, how is it that everything we are and everything we see around us is made out of energy? Well it’s simple, let’s talk about basic chemistry. Matter, whether its tangible or intangible is made out of molecules. Oxygen, hydrogen, carbon…

Noah Merriby

Best-Selling Author, Mentor, and Passionate Instructor who taught more than 100,000 students.

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