Mark Victor Hansen, a circuit speaker, says make a list of 100 goals, long and short term. Then pick a hand full and work on them only. Making a big list stretches your thinking. Selecting from the list allows flexibility.
“The common conception is that motivation leads to action, but the reverse is true — action precedes motivation. You have to ‘prime the pump’ and get the juice flowing, which motivates you to work on your goals. Getting momentum going is the most difficult part of the job, and often taking the first step is enough to prompt you to make the best of your day.” — Robert J. Mckain
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