"Use momentum to overcome procrastination. Taking action leaves procrastination in the dust."
Brian Tracy says that some people never reach their goals because they take a vacation to "Some Day I'll". They have good intentions, but they never launch. If that is you, vote yourself off of the island and push the start button. "Start moving and keep moving at a steady rate."
"Momentum is the principle that the linear momentum of a system has constant magnitude and direction if the system is subject to no external force." (Law of Physics) For instance, if you let a snowball roll down the hill, it gathers momentum and size as it goes; however, if someone stops the snowball on the way down, it loses momentum. "We don't always need to launch into action like a rocket, but we do need to start moving so we can build some momentum." (http://advancedlifeskills.com/blog/the-power-of-momentum-2/)
I think about when I put together a 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle. At first, I struggle to assemble all of the flat sided pieces to construct the frame. It's slow going work. I am tempted to gather up the pieces and put them back in the box. Then I concentrate on a corner. It's still tedious work. However, as I find more and more pieces, the puzzle becomes easier to figure out. The work starts to move faster and more easily. There's no turning back. Before I know it, I've completed the puzzle.
Look at the list of goals you have written for 2017. Have you launched your goal? If so, are you working on your goal daily? Or have you stopped halfway down the hill? Are you looking at the edges of a puzzle? "Use momentum to overcome procrastination. Taking action leaves procrastination in the dust. If you do something every day that moves you towards your goals, you'll be too busy to think about making excuses."
Lunch Atop a Skyscraper jigsaw puzzle courtesy