Many high level performers have a self-regulated accountability system. Nobody has to tell them to work hard.
That said, what happens when your “goals” aren’t enough and the honeymoon of “starting a new business” or “implementing the best daily routine ever” is over? You have to shift your perspective.
To become a master writer, one has to write. Over. And over. And over. If your work is not a reflection of you, it is not your work. Total immersion.
Your boss says you might get a promotion. A new business partnership is on the horizon. The admissions department rep thinks you’ll get accepted to Harvard. They can all be agreed upon, and exciting to anticipate or daydream about, but they carry no validity or value until written and signed. Gotta get it in writing. […]
Alas, this is a fact: a practice that works, started January 17th, is far greater than a resolution that started hot on January 1st and falls dead by January 22nd.
New era, no collar. Why your physical appearance means less now than ever.