Have you ever notice TV is kinda like a cheat meal that turns into a cheat day? I have a rule that I won’t turn the tv on at my house, until all the non-trivial work is done for the day. Trivia work is stuff you can do without paying much attention to, like scanning bills, saving documents, stuff you can be checked out for. As I’ve talked about before is how i’m undisciplined, I keep on point, by not allowing my lack of discipline become an issue.
You can give up “flight” on whatever you dream or goal was, and give yourself an excuse like “it was too hard,” “I was making no progress,” and so on. While you can justify your reasoning for giving up and it can all be valid. But at the end of the day, you will never achieve what you set out to achieve. But from some this is a security blanket. You would rather talk about how you “could have been” great at something instead of risking it all, or putting yourself completely out there and, well actually becoming great.
I hate this cliche saying. When I hear someone tell me that they are going to start getting up early starting on Monday, or that diet they want to do will begin on the 1st of the month. Why do we as a society feel the need to have to wait to Monday, a new month, or a new year to start bettering ourselves?
“Waiting to Monday is an amateur move, your body doesn’t know what day it is, so start today” – Me