This article is posted under Inspirations and Motivations, Mindsetting, Productivity.
Today, I sat down in front of my laptop, hoping to write something about entrepreneurship which I could post here.
I went through my idea notebook and nothing appealed to me.
It’s not that there were no interesting topics, the truth is – I’m just feeling too lazy to write about any of them.
If you were in my shoes, what would you have done?
I know some of you would have chosen to do something else, and just decide to come back later – hoping to be more refreshed to think and inspired to write.
However, in my case today, I’ve decided to
force push myself and finish the task.
I said to myself, “Just choose a random topic and write about it for 5 minutes. If you don’t like where it’s going, then stop and choose a new topic and give yourself another 5 minutes with that. Repeat until you’ve published something.”
After what seemed to be a dozen attempts, I’ve finally found a topic that has kept me interested for more than ten minutes.
What’s it about?
Well, you’re actually reading it – it’s about how sometimes, you really need to push yourself if you want something done.
You need to push through laziness.
You need to push through self-doubt.
You need to push through your limits.
For only when you push yourself can you discover how much more you can actually achieve.
Push. Focus. Push. Persist. Push.
Sometimes, it’s the only way to make your dreams come true.
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