I hope everyone is enjoying their holiday. I will send an official Festivus message tomorrow. Lord knows I will need a break from all the commotion.
Since tonight is pretty quiet and surprisingly civil, I’m sitting here surrounded by family, struggling to write this post because I keep getting drawn into both good (and bad, for that matter) conversation. (Oh, well … there went that–just took a turn toward ISIS, so I’m back.)
But I’ll keep it short.
Yesterday marked TYOMD’s 400th post. It reminded me of a recent Seth Godin post I loved and shared.
There’s a fundamental difference between the things you do every day, every single day, and the things you do only when the spirit moves you.
One difference is that once you’ve committed to doing something daily, you find that the spirit moves you, daily.
Rather than having a daily debate about today’s agenda, you can decide once that you will do something, and then decide every single day how to do it.
It also helps to have an accountability partner. Thank you for being mine.
I leave you with this: Commit.
Kat Hurley is a transformational author, speaker and personal development coach, making over motivation @The Year of Magical Dreaming. For the full 411, visit kathurley.com, yo!