Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment. – Jim Rohn
Yesterday I really took the day off, I really didn’t do anything at all except for watching movies
to get me inspired and engage in my imagination.
I believe we need those days, perhaps one or even two a week to really recoup the energy lost through
the course of the week. I feel no shame in saying I was completely lazy, it was well worth it!
When I finally snapped out of my laziness it was relatively late at night probably close to 2 or 3am in the morning
but when I get energized I rekindle my motivation.
So I drove to the local coffee shop where I frequent at night and began pouring my heart out into my writing
like it was no-bodies business.
I’m writing this post around 2pm now, and, I’m still killing it like a boss! I worked a little backwards by writing a little bit of the novel and a couple other things I was working on but I really wanted to put my tasks on paper. So I made myself a to-do list to help focus and really physically cross off each task one by one.
It’s amazing feeling to overcome the nasty habits that being creative has sometimes. We become so involved with relatively mundane things like checking Facebook and Twitter every two seconds to see what other peoples lives are up to when really we should be focusing on our life and making it one Epic Story to be told!