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One of the biggest pitfalls of long-term goals is spending more time focusing on where you want to end up than you do on what you should be doing right now. Stay motivated by thinking only about the next step.
Breakups don’t just kill romance — they can disrupt nearly every area of your life. You don’t feel like doing things you enjoy, you can’t stop thinking about the ex, and you may find it incredibly difficult to focus on work. If you’re having trouble staying productive during a breakup, here are some ways to power through it.
I’ve been tracking my habits on and off for the past couple of years, but when I went through a brief stint of not tracking habits, I didn’t do a very good job of building them either. Something about the process of checking off a habit each day and keeping a log of my progress really improves my motivation and ability to complete that habit each day.
Long-term goals don’t always get the attention they deserve because our minds can do weird things and make them seem so distant. By framing your goals as being a number of days away, instead of years, you might feel more inclined to take action towards them.