Do the work.
It’s important. Critical. Monumental.
So much so that legendary author of The War of Art wrote an entire book by that name. (Do the Work by Steven Pressfield is currently a free ebook on Amazon… it was published in collaboration with Seth Godin and the Domino Project.)
I just finished my coaching class and our charge is now to DO THE WORK.
Act. Execute. Move.
But… there isn’t any reason why you can’t have fun along the way.
Make the process engaging. Make it a game.
Give yourself timelines and goals and tie incremental rewards to completion. If you don’t, you may give up entirely and not ever reach your final destination. There is no shame in needing tangible or intangible reminders of your success.
Constant driving toward accomplishing a goal without planned times to reflect and celebrate is not a good strategy for long-term success. It’s a strategy for burnout, frustration, and killing your passion.
Do you want that?
Here’s your homework for today.
Choose one of your current goals. Write down in the comments how you can reward yourself either daily or weekly for reaching that goal!
BONUS POINTS if you share how you’ll make the process more fun too!