Can you do your best on your worst day?

I know I can’t! Or sometimes I even refuse to! But sometimes I suceed – it takes effort and practice to master this.

Norman Mailer said, “Being a real writer means being able to do the work on a bad day.”

Remarkably successful people don’t make excuses. They forge ahead, because they know establishing great habits takes considerable time and effort. They know how easy it is to instantly create a bad habit by giving in–even just this one time.

It is said that doing something to become “a habit” takes you for about a month in the first rounde (then there are 2nd and 3rd month).

So stop wasting your time with on/off(s) and start “a habit” for things you do.

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