... the other person toward forgiveness. Now that your part is done, the only thing left to do is to sit back and wait. Work to release the guilt and let go of the desire to be forgiven. The person you apologized to must have time and space to collect their thoughts and decide for themselves what is best.
The Lost Art Of Apologizing (And How To Do It Right Every Time)
Commit to just showing up and you’ll find yourself completing a lot more tasks. The next time you don’t feel like tackling a task, commit to only working on it for one minute. Set a timer for 60 seconds, then sit down and get to work. More often than not, you’ll find yourself wanting to go beyond the 60 seconds and continue.
8 Ways Successful People Beat Procrastination
"Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work. Every great idea I’ve ever had grew out of work itself.”
Most people's approach to work motivation goes like this: they wait to be inspired, then they get to work. But successful people don’t sit around and wait for inspiration. They just show up and get to work.