Deciding every day

Is now and then again tomorrow.

You’ve made the decision today to go to the gym or to sit down and type a page of your book.

And then you have to decide again to go to the gym or sit at your laptop. Because you don’t just reach your goals after one session. You have to do it again. And again and again.

Until you’ve reached your target weight or you have a book published.

The moment to decide (especially at the beginning) is constant decision we make. Creating cognitive load. Yet, now that I’ve published 2,000 blogs its not much of a decision anymore–it’s just what I do.

Getting to this point, to becoming the kind of person that wakes up before dawn to get to the gym or writing every day despite not feeling like it, is really hard. Necessary going for the long haul.