There’s a time every morning I take to write, and it’s usually between 9am and 10am when I leave for work.
Except not all of that time is dedicated to being focused due to natural human tendencies and modern day distractions.
As time inches closer and closer to 10, the writing comes as if on cue.
Is it the lack of time doing the writing, or is it just me?
Whatever the case, I don’t think prolonging procrastination will get us anywhere if we have things we want to get to. The alternative is shorter, smaller, more consistent deadlines, because getting the work done again and again makes it count.
Speaking of which, that’s exactly what we do at The Habit Factory, except you won’t be doing it alone. Starting where you are, you get to build your practice with an online community of others and come face to face with the work we want to do. Whether that’s writing a book, drawing for fun, or making your own music, it’s always a great time to start a meaningful habit. Find out more at www.thehabitfactory.space (the early bird discount will be available until Friday midnight, so apply today if you’re looking to save some cash).