The right time to do something is when you don’t want to do it.
When the thought of doing something makes you feel irritated like you need to find the nearest bathroom, do it.
I think our minds trick us into excuses to save energy. It’s much easier to do nothing than something, right? So our minds use our excuses to save us. At least, that’s what they think they’re doing.
Sometimes I’ll start a project and get really motivated about it and then start to flag. When I get to a point where I like where I’m at, but I see how much further I have to go, I start to wander. It’s probably only 10% of my projects that I get to this point that I actually finish.
And the key to the ones that actually do make it over the finish line is just working on them even when I don’t want to work on them. I push myself to do things with them even when I feel like quitting.
This is how it has to be with your business. If you are having trouble pushing yourself, don’t consider yourself a failure, just get real about what you are doing and adjust. And remember, nobody else is going to do it.