Taking action is the difficult part of achieving anything in life. Most writers for example, will tell you that the hardest part about writing is sitting down to do it. What’s hard is not the thinking about writing, or wanting to write, or imagining the story and the plot, but taking time everyday to face a black page and write.
Doing something you love is essential to being happy, so don’t let that anal personality dictate the rest of your life.
Life is like a teacher who intends to teach us some lessons that are for keeps. In my 20 years of existence, I’ve come up with seven life lessons that I will cherish in this world. Some lessons are intended for us to learn more. However, there are some that is intended for us to be mature and disciplined in life’s various ways.
When it comes to forming a habit, it’s important to focus on the process, not the performance.
Announcing your goals is not the best idea. Keep your goal a secret (at least for a while, anyway).
Spend time with inspirational people. Ever heard the phrase “You are the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with?” When you’re looking to make a transition in your life, surround yourself with the kind of people you aspire to be.
Six months ago you were making out with some dead beat in a dirty bar and loving every minute of it. Now you wake up each morning and put on a gray (or maybe black) suit and wait for casual Friday to really get crazy. You have to get out.
What is actually stopping you from just dropping everything that you don’t want to do and following the fear instead?
When working towards a goal there are going to be points where you feel like giving up. You hit a wall. You’re on a plateau. You’re feeling frustrated. You’re wondering when your actually going to hit the mark you aimed for.