We all start from 0.
Running a marathon seems unachievable to a lot of us. But it's all about putting one foot in front of the other till the goal is reached.
You start with one simple step. Then another. And another. And another...
If you focus on the end goal, you'll feel dreadful for the whole course of the run. Hell, you might even quit - or not even start - because all will seem so outrageous and impossible. But if you focus on the tiny little steps. On your next move. And then on the next. The whole journey will feel much more rewarding - and possible.
Getting past any obstacle, any challenge, any goal lies on the other side of consistently showing up. Consistently doing the work.
Yes. Consistency pays off. I bet you've heard this before. But how can you stay consistent in an immediate-return environment? A place where you want to see results here and now? Not after 5 or 10 years?
That's something I'm covering in my latest post: The Time Inconsistency Problem.
It's a beast. Close to 4,000 words.
Hopefully, I've arranged the words in the right order so you can read the whole thing without snoozing or clicking away and drowning in the endless depths of internet meme-ry.
You did? Hit reply and tell me what you think!