The breaking of something is usually the culmination of a process, rather than the inception. Things break the way they are built: over the long arc of time.
Life is not a 30-day sprint. How do you sustain a daily practice over the long haul? Here are 3 tips to help you endure through any endeavor.
When people ask me how to sustain a writing practice, they often are asking about ideation and creating time. They overlook the fundamental piece of sustaining any activity. Without this, nothing else matters.
If you think of self-sabotage only in the form of actions you’re not taking, you might be overlooking this crucial form of sabotage that impacts everything else.
Meeting a specific goal at the expense of an overall outcome isn’t a sustainable long term strategy.
A 30-day challenge is easy. The real challenge arises when it comes to sustaining your generosity and love over the long term, without burning out.
The very thing that you may believe is a block to your freedom to create is actually essential to creating consistent and sustainable results.