Own where you are. Accept it. Then keep moving forward. It’s the journey that makes life, not the end.
Have you ever had periods where you felt like you just could’t get yourself to do anything productive. And other times when you just crushing one project after the next?
What’s the difference? Well, the main thing I’ve found is MOMENTUM.
If you have no momentum, which can happen if you stall out too long, it can be incredibly hard to do anything.
But when you have momentum, the opposite is true. It’s hard to stop. Which can be a very good thing.
So if you want to be highly productive you need to build up your momentum.
How do you do this?
The easiest way is to start really small. If you have a large project to do. Chunk it down to a small element and start with that. I could be just 15 minutes working on that small chunk, then you can go back to whatever unproductive thing you were doing, if you’d like.
Often, the 15 minutes is enough to get the ball rolling and you can go from there, building further momentum until you’re unstoppable.