I've often wondered why I keep failing at achieving my goals so often. Mainly, it is a problem of consistency. I know all too well how to get better at what I do. I was taught that early on during my junior year of high school. I'll have the clearest vision ever of what I want to achieve and I'll even know how to get there, but I usually end up falling short. The burst of motivation runs thin too quickly. And one of the problems is that that is how I've been looking at it. A lack of motivation or initiative is not something I can keep relying on. Waiting until it comes around so that I'm super comfortable with creating something is a sure way to the path of laziness, which is incredibly easy to fall into. The laziness leads to me getting into a habit of not creating, which soon turns into fear whenever I tell myself I need to create. I feel like committing seppuku when I realize how good I could be right now. But as the saying goes: no matter how far down the wrong road you've gone, turn back!
Got inspired by a friends recent blog so here it goes. I'm writing this at work now, so sometime tonight expect a post. I will do this daily. Daily posts from now on, whatever it is.