I think it is taking one step forward and two steps back. I find that I’m more likely to start drinking wine than get up and get dressed for work. However, if I set a certain amount of time aside to do something, I am much more likely to succeed. If I do it all with the intention of doing it all, I start drinking wine and soon become an alcoholic. Successful implementation starts with a commitment and the desire to succeed.
While it’s easy to get in the habit of doing something, it’s also easy to get out of the habit of doing something. For instance, if you stop every time you drink a drink of wine, I’m pretty sure you’ll never start drinking again. You’ll just keep doing it until you’re drunk.
While implementation may be easy to break, doing it consistently is harder. You just can’t get your ass out of it for every single break. You have to try, every single time.
If you want to break a habit, you have to want to make it successful. If you want to keep drinking wine, you have to make sure you are drinking it to the point that you aren’t going to be sick or get drunk. If you want to be a chef, you have to be willing to work hard and constantly develop new skills. If you want to be a dancer, you have to develop new skills and want to dance.
This is what I call the “all-in” factor. It’s the thing that you should do for the implementation stage, and it is one of the most important factors. And that is the only way you can really succeed in breaking a habit. It’s the only way to succeed at anything, in the end.
The all-in factor is something I’ve been practicing for a long time, and one of the most important things I’ve done in my whole life. The reason I’m a professional chef is because I have to be. I can’t just say to myself “I’m going to cook something.” I have to think about how to cook and how to cook well, how to make food look nice, and how to cook it in a way that makes people love it.
Im lucky in that Ive found something I can count on every day. I know there are a lot of people who dont know what Im talking about, but there is no way I can do this without first finding out what Im talking about. When I am done teaching myself something new, Im going to give it a shot. I can be confident that I know how to do it.
I believe that this is a particularly crucial factor (as opposed to, say, the things that make you want to write a book). The other day I was discussing a certain kind of blog post and the things I was really struggling with. I think I know what made me want to write the post, but I had yet to figure out what made it resonate with readers. That’s what you need to do if you want to make something that really sticks.
In the case of blog posts, I believe that there’s something about the format itself that creates a certain type of emotion, and once again this is something that I’ve struggled with with my own work in the past. Thats why I think it’s important for people to figure out what makes them resonate with readers. If you don’t, you’re not going to make a blog post that sticks with people.
Its hard to say what makes a blog post successful. The main thing that I would say is that its important to have a clear goal. If you don’t, people won’t care. I would also say that it helps to have a clear vision for your blog post. I have found that a simple goal, a simple topic that I want to discuss, and a simple structure help people identify with a post.