I’ve published over 2,000 essays and sustained a daily blog for over 5 years. Here’s the truth about how to sustain a practice even when you don’t “feel motivated.”
Sometimes I don’t want to write. How do I overcome that malaise to publish a daily blog? Read on for more.
A compelling WHY and good outcomes can help you gain traction in the beginning, but the downside of outcome-based metrics is that failing to hit them could catalyze you to abandon your practice. Here’s my secret to creating longevity in a practice.
How do you do the thing you should do, or even want to do, that you’re not doing? More discipline won’t help. A simple shift in language may be all you need.
If you’re struggling with motivation, this simple trick will help you generate it with less effort.
If you want to sustain action for the long term you’re going to need more than a clear outcome and a compelling why.
If you want to create a lasting change in your habits, you must start with answering these 2 questions.