Here’s the thing with motivation: it’s overrated.
Don’t get me wrong, it can be a great tool…
…but it’s an unreliable tool.
It’s unreliable because motivation is based on emotions, and emotions are Fleeting.
Relying on motivation is like saying every time you want to get down to work, you expect to be happy; it’s just not going to happen.
So what do you do?
First, stop looking for motivation. Generally speaking, motivation is an effect, not a cause. It’s something that occurs when you’ve built some momentum, and momentum is built through small victories.
So instead of looking for inspiration, focus on doing one small thing to achieve your goals. And tomorrow? Do it again.
It might sound too simple, but it’s easy to do and easy to stick with – a winning combination.
Trust me on this.