Have you ever found yourself struggling to get started on something important? Maybe you feel unmotivated or unsure of where to begin. If this sounds familiar, you’re not alone.
One of the biggest challenges our students face when preparing for their Six Sigma certification exam is finding the motivation to study.
I’ve helped thousands of students make themselves more marketable to potential employers and command a higher salary by assisting them to pass their Six Sigma certifications.
But I understand that sometimes getting started can be the hardest part. That’s why I want to address this common pain point head-on.
Here’s an example from a student that I recently received:
“I think my biggest challenge right now is finding the motivation to study for the exam. I went through the [Vendor] pipeline which provided a lot of great education but now I struggle with trying to put forth the effort to study for the exam.”
I get it.
I understand how frustrating it can be to have a goal that you’re not making progress toward, especially when you’ve invested so much time pursuing it. But the truth is, lack of motivation is often a symptom of a deeper problem – a lack of clarity and belief that the action will lead to the desired results.
The good news is that you don’t have to let a lack of motivation hold you back. You can be one of the people who take action and achieve their goals. And the best way to do that is to find the “easy button.” Follow a simple pattern that thousands of others have used to pass their Six Sigma certification exams and get started right away.
Remember, the negative impact of not taking action is that you’ll never achieve your goal and you won’t reap the rewards of being more marketable in a competitive job environment. So don’t let a lack of motivation hold you back any longer. Take action today and invest in your future success.
Thank you for your time and for being a part of our community at SixSigmaStudyGuide.com.
If you have any questions about how to make progress on your Six Sigma certification goals, let me know! I read and reply to every email!
Best, Ted Hessing