Like most people I have trouble making myself do things I don’t want to do. Sounds reasonable right?
The problem is that most of the things you often don’t want to do are the things that should be on top of your priority list. Exercise, maintaining a healthy diet (stop eating unhealthy foods), meditation (cultivating the mind), and working on your most important projects are all crucial to your overall happiness and quality of life.
When you start out with exercising or eating healthy you’re all fired up and everything is great and good for you, but after a while you start to lose the thrill and excitement you first had in the beginning.
The inspiring and motivating thoughts you had are now fading away. Things get hard, and most people start to procrastinate and often quit very soon after that.
Most of the reasons of procrastination and quitting is that you often don’t “feel” like doing it. It can be hard, unpleasant, tiring, or an underlying reason might be that you’re afraid to fail. Fail to accomplish the end result you have in mind.Continue Reading