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1. Create momentum

1. Create momentum

The hardest part about motivating is pushing ourselves to just start. The thing is, once you start and get into a state of execution, things roll on from there. The second sentence we write will connect to the first sentence we wrote. The third sentence will connect well to the second sentence, and so on, until we finish the task. The most difficult sentence to write is the first sentence.

Once you start working, positive momentum is built. We begin to draw energy and power that becomes motivated from the things we have been able to accomplish.

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One is not born at the top of the mountain, but climbs to it .Sometimes we climb it and sometimes we go backwards, but the main thing is to keep climbing and enjoy the road. Because the way is life itself.

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