Everyone struggles to find the energy and motivation to start, whether it’s doing something new or continuing unfinished work. Life is full of occasions that require you to work on days that you may not find the most excited or “in the mood” to beat deadlines. Despite your exhaustion and burden, you need to move forward. Indeed, getting started is the hardest part. But don’t you worry, you can try again and again.
As you grow older, you will learn to practice discipline in accomplishing your goals regardless of your mood or feeling. Life forces you to become responsible and resilient with your actions because face it, you have no other choice. Sometimes, you just have to deal with your doubts and inhibitions and do the work anyway. It’s not going to be easy, but it’s not impossible. Find a way to break down the physical, emotional, and mental barriers by inserting humor in your work, rewarding yourself after completing a task, or taking a break between busy schedules.
If you want to change your state of life, start with the small things, and from there, you will manifest great things. Your habits today determine what your future in the next months, years to come will look like. Remember that if you choose the easy route, in the beginning, the tables will change, and in the near future, you will be dealt with a hard-knock life. When this happens, you’ll be left with no other choice but to work tirelessly, like there’s no end in sight.
There will be no more luxury leisure nor will rest be an option. So now that you’re still not in a tough dilemma in poverty, remember that it’s vital to start planting while it’s spring, even when winter is still so far away. Time flies by so fast, and you can never take it back; might as well spend it by doing something useful and beneficial in the future when you’re no longer given the opportunity to start planting conveniently.
If you’re planning to write your book and push through with it, you’re subjecting yourself to vulnerability against forces beyond your control. Contrary to popular belief, writing a book is not easy. It isn’t some side hustle that you can opt to do on your free time and guarantee a best-selling book. Frustrated, you’re going to suffer late nights squeezing your head about organizing your plot or finishing a chapter you took so long to conceptualize. You’re going to encounter several dilemmas and suffer an existential crisis more usually now. You’re going to face the ceiling convincing yourself how this is all a bad idea and you should just give up.