Exit The Circle

The problem is never excitement. Excitement needs to be sustained to enable forward-movement. Excitement costs energy and reenergising consistently is difficult. The sources of energy are dispersed and access to them can be a challenge. Access to distributed sources requires continuous movement from one place to another. Prolonged movement cause fatigue. Yet we continue to prod along because we are motivated, and the engine of this motivation is excitement.

The problem is never excitement.


4 thoughts on “Exit The Circle

  1. How about trying to use the momentum to go towards your destination/goal instead of looking for another source of excitement? You are right, excitement isn’t the problem. Channelizing the motivation might be.


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