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Building And Maintaining Momentum

It is easier to keep any moving object in motion, than to put in motion an object at rest, due to inertia. Inversely it is harder to stop a moving object. Applied in life, it means if we are moving and keep getting momentum, it is hard to stop us from reaching our goals.

The trick is to have patience and keep going until you reach a point that your own force propels you forward, making it harder for anyone to stop you.

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According to Newton’s first law, objects tend to remain at rest unless an external force or energy makes them change their state.

The energy, force or effort in the initial stage would be far more than what is required for the object to keep moving. If our project, like starting a new business, was like launching a rocket, we would like to start it with the initial super thrust, but we also need to keep the momentum going.

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