momentum and flow [1/2]
If we enjoy taking action, and know why we’re taking them, we naturally get inspired to continue to take action irrespective of the circumstances around us. This ends up generating stronger momentum inching us towards accomplishing our most important goals. As time passes, our achievements keep piling up and we get bigger and better results and rewards.
Here’s the thing: Building momentum (in the beginning) is not easy and it takes both time and effort, but once it gets rolling then everything seems achievable. You are able to achieve anything you want. It is like riding a bicycle. It takes a lot of effort to get the bicycle moving as it involves intense pedaling at the start, but once the bike gets moving after a certain speed, we don’t need to put much effort and it becomes easy to move forward. The flow of momentum keeps us going ensuring a smooth and steady ride.
In order to maintain momentum, it is important that we keep pedaling. Our pedaling basically implies that we keep taking inspired actions that take us to the destination that we have chosen for ourselves. We need to be consistent and persistent when it comes to sustaining the momentum. If we take our foot off the pedal and pay too much attention to enjoying either the breeze or the view, we’ll get distracted and our momentum will gradually decline. We need to be mindful of pedaling consistently to keep enjoying the breeze and the view à la the rewards of success.
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