After a long day (or a long week of 14 hour days) it’s normal to want to unwind, call it early, and go to sleep.
I wanted to (I mean, I REALLY wanted to), but instead I made the conscious (and uncomfortable) decision to stay up just a bit later to write another post.
As easy as it could have been to call it early, I wanted to end the day with a victory.
That’s the commitment I’ve made to myself – to write one blog post (or develop one of my other projects) every night.
It’s small. One post doesn’t mean anything by itself. And because it’s so simple, I could easily convince myself to skip tonight and catch up later.
But I don’t, because I know this simple truth:
Actions repeated consistently over time create habits…
And habits create momentum…
And when that momentum’s going, I want it to be in the right direction.
If I don’t write tonight, nothing happens. If I don’t write tomorrow, same thing, nothing happens. There is no dramatic, immediate effect to doing nothing.
And in a year from now, I’ll reap exactly what I sowed (you guessed it – nothing). Resistance will have won.
But if I do write tonight, and tomorrow, and every day for the next year, I’ll have over 300 pages of content. That’s a book.
If I keep this up for a few years, I’ll have thousands of pages of content (and tons of experience). You can’t create that in a day (not with all the coffee in the world).
The point is this: you can’t complete the project you’re working on by waiting until tomorrow. And don’t try to fool yourself into thinking you’ll catch up this weekend (you won’t).
But you CAN create an empire in 30 minutes – just 30 minutes every day.
All it takes is action right now. Don’t worry about tomorrow – it doesn’t exist, not to you, not when you’re staring your project in the face.
Start creating – immediately. Don’t go to sleep until you’ve added another stone to the castle.
I added another stone.
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