The key to everything is motivation.
Without motivation, why would you do the hard work to build something that doesn’t exist?
Hard work scares us because, well, it’s hard – and hard work involves focus, discipline, and sacrifice.
Humans are easily distracted and bored – we are comfort seekers.
You have to be able to see the future state.
Vision without action is a hallucination.
PS. The greatest comfort i’ve experienced is learning to be intentional in things where i was unintentional, and maybe even where i completely ignored things.
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Never get bored with the basics. Never. Find a million ways to stay motivated. Getting motivated is (often) easy. Staying there, not on your life.
Yesterday I shared the favorite motivation tip:
Today, a second favorite:
In August, I had the privilege to watch a 70-year old man do the equivalent of Roger Bannister breaking the four-minute mile barrier (1956). Do you trust me enough to click here?
Please know up front that clicking will take you to an August 2009 Lane 8 blog post, which includes my You Tube video of a world record being broken.
Here’s a third motivation tip, as a bonus:
- You must find time and reason to do things you don’t what to do