“People who succeed have momentum. The more they succeed, the more they want to succeed, and the more they find a way to succeed.” – Tony Robins
Motivation is temporary. A short burst of motivation wears off, and you’re in the same spot you started in. Momentum by definition is the strength or force gained by motion or by a series of events, and it applies to all aspects of your life, not just physics. Keeping momentum will be the life changing skill that will propel you in your business, and personal life.
If you get a burst of inspiration never lose that momentum, and act on it right away. You’ve heard it so many times before, action is the most important step to success. Process your thoughts and write them down, your head is not a filing cabinet so never store your thoughts in there with out capturing them on paper. When you write things down you turn on your vision memory, as well as keno static memory that makes you remember things 3 times better. Having these thoughts linger in your mind gives you greater opportunity to develop them. Throughout my life I have always written down all of the ideas I get at the specific moment in time. Till this day I have them all stored in my house on small pieces of paper, envelopes, napkins, pay stubs, my daughter’s homework sheets, notes books, or whatever I had available at that moment. Now obviously not all of those ideas have lived to see the light of day, but the ones that did flourished. My husband always asks me “Why do you need to do everything right away?
To which I always reply –“So I don’t lose momentum”. You never know what tomorrow may bring. Many of us were taught this principle as children in the variant of “Don’t put off until tomorrow what you can do today.” we just didn’t realize how important it is for success, financial freedom, and a fulfilling life.
Remember, it’s all in your hands.