So how do you it? Well the first thing I would suggest to you is to get help. Enlist The Amazing You Review your support network - family, friends, coworkers, and mentors. Just asking for help is a start, but they can help multiply your efforts by being supportive and helping you find new ways to reach your goals. Don’t rely on them to do the work for you. They are there to help, not be your assistants.
Second, get moving. It doesn’t have to be a big movement, but you need to do something to break away from being at rest. You need to get the feeling of being in motion so that you will stay in motion. Make sure you are moving towards your goal or project. Don’t fall into the procrastination trap of being busy with things that aren’t bringing you closer to your goal.
Third, make a commitment to the outcome of your goals. If your project is to write a new book, make a commitment to being an author and speaking about your book. Tell your support network what your commitment is so that you have some extra accountability. Thinking about the end result instead of the details will help motivate you to get started.
Getting things started may just be the hardest part of changing. But once you are moving and making progress even the most challenging obstacles can be overcome.
Will Eisenbrandt is an author, business owner, coach, speaker and expert at helping others reach higher and achieve more. "I have never stopped being a student. I continually research, attend classes, and ask questions of everyone I know. When it’s appropriate, I share my knowledge through books, articles, classes, one on one consulting and coaching. I’ve held management and executive positions with several companies, and have been fortunate enough to take that experience and help others reach their goals.