I have this program from the Proctor Gallagher institute called six minutes to success, to be more exact it is daily videos describes and explains what and how and when etc. it is a really cool and structured program.
To mention it to make you ask a question, I have been in the program since 2010, yes, it is a long time though it is well worth it.
To motivate others I would start an image-processing an information super-highway, that you are driving and know where you are going, at a specific point you want to turn off the road and continue on a road you know that leaves you where you want.
Imagine then if you made a decision to turn off before that turn that would get you where you wanted, you would end up somewhere else.
The same way is it with the Six Minute daily program.
A new video with information and lesson to execute and learn from, all that matters is the listening and thinking, to use consciousness in those few minutes.
The decision I made way back when I decided to join the Six Minute on a daily basis, was because of curiosity and what it had to offer, though it felt a bit expensive I tried and trusted what I did not know what would come.
The main point is; I desired change.
The reason for doing so was that I felt depressed in a situation where a door was locked, though I searched for the key to open it. Something inside always tells us; there is a way! Because, if we have gone into a position from somewhere else, then we can reach a new point.
The motivation is to get secrets of the mind from motivators from your very desktop.
As Proctor Gallagher puts it, make just a small fraction of a turn then you will notice change in huge amounts and get results that stick.