I don’t like being lied to. Every Monday motivation quote, every Wednesday wisdom post, every Thursday thought set me up to believe that once I got started, save for a few hurdles and devoting some steady energy, I’d see my success graph slowly but surely run to the right and steeply point upwards. Fibbers. Continue reading “Getting Started is The Hardest Part” And Other Lies They Tell Us
I wasn’t born to be mediocre. It’s a simple enough mantra to have, but a much harder one to embody. Ordinary is easy, extraordinary requires energy. Not just energy, but dedication and determination and some sort of plan to go along with it. Continue reading Dare to Win | Extraordinary Requires Energy
You know that goal you’re struggling logistically to achieve? That goal you’ve all but given up on because you know no other way to go about it? I dare you to stick with it. I dare you not to quit. Continue reading Disobey The Urge to Quit | The Daily Prompt
Misery loves company – ignore the invite. Continue reading I Won’t Absorb Your Negativity | 100 Words Or Less
Now we all know that when you’re running a marathon you can’t base your strategy on sprinting the whole way; that’s a strategy for failure. For success, you need to pace yourself. The same applies to reaching those goals you’ve got; set a healthy pace and be prepared to sprint only when you’re near the end. I know keeping your efforts measured is hard (trust me I know; I’m a graduate of the school of wanting things *right now*). Continue reading That Moment When | You Get Your Mojo Back
Here’s to working smarter and as well as harder. Here’s to stepping back and basking in my milestones because I have come a long way this year already. Here’s to not getting disheartened. Here’s to not giving up. Continue reading Nobody Said It Was Easy | But Why Is It So Damn Hard?
A few blogs back I talked about accountability; mainly sticking to goals by making them known and keeping the expectation palpable. I took my own advice and told you I’d be expanding this blog into so much more than a … Continue reading It’s a Date! | Accountability And All That