The biggest motivator for building a foundation of self-awareness and taking the first steps towards creating something important is feeling that you have accomplished something. It is the feeling that you have something to say that can truly motivate you to do something. It is the feeling that you feel like you are accomplishing something when you make it to a certain level of accomplishment that is important to you.
This is especially true when you’re starting a project where you have to do something very significant. You know that you will never be able to achieve this goal without a lot of hard work and dedication. You’re starting something that is bigger than you, so when you feel accomplishment, your goal becomes a lot more achievable.
When you feel accomplishment, you can then use it to get more and more things accomplished. You have a goal and you feel like you can accomplish it, so you can do more things with the same amount of effort. That’s a powerful feeling, and it can even take a lot of effort to stay on track.
For a lot of people, success is not about the fact that they accomplished something. It’s about the feeling of accomplishment. If you can feel accomplishment, you can then use this feeling to accomplish other things. If you can feel accomplishment, you can then get more and more things accomplished. You have a goal and you feel like you can accomplish it, so you can do more things with the same amount of effort.
If you can feel accomplishment, it can also take effort to maintain that feeling. Feeling accomplishment can be hard at times, but it can be accomplished. You can do things you’ve never done before, and not give up, even when things don’t go as planned.
The feeling of accomplishment can be hard to maintain. I feel accomplishment when I get a new app to play with on my tablet. I feel accomplishment when I finally complete a long-awaited project. I feel accomplishment when I finally learn a new concept. I feel accomplishment when I finally find a new recipe that I have been missing. I feel accomplishment when I finally accomplish something new.
I feel accomplishment when I accomplish something new and I get an email from the boss asking me if I want to take something home. I feel accomplishment when I get a new job, and when I finally find a new career, I feel accomplishment when I finally get it confirmed that I am happy with my career choice. I feel accomplishment when I finally get a new home, and when I finally get that place to myself.
A feeling of accomplishment comes with the realization, “This is all I ever wanted.” Even just the simple things that seem trivial like getting a new job, or getting a new car, or getting a new apartment that you can actually afford, just feeling that fulfillment of what you want and getting it is very satisfying when you realize it is all you’ve ever wanted.
The problem is sometimes when we get to the point of feeling achievement, we forget about the accomplishment or maybe even the goal, what we really want, so we stop taking action to get it. This is especially true when we’re on autopilot. Once we stop taking action to get ourselves to our desired end, we lose focus and we’re no longer in control of our lives, so we don’t take action to get to our end.
The goal of any endeavor is to have an end. If you really want something, you need to take action. If the goal is to get from point A to point B, you have to take action to get there. When you don’t take action, you’re kind of missing the point. It’s like when you take the last few steps, and then you just stand there, not moving.