The idea is pretty simple really -Avoid putting a leash on your motivation
You know that very second where and idea just randomly hits and makes you go "..wouldn't it be ...if..." or "...Hmmmmm..."
and, for some odd reason, you almost immediately find yourself saying "Nah" -
which, in my book anyway, is another way of saying to yourself "...lemme refrain from any additional effort in both thought and subsequent action that would engage me enough towards achieving this singular spontaneous goal that, for a nanosecond, gave me enough drive and stimulation to ignore both the monotony and frustration of my current mental state..."
...or something close enough.
You brain is a wonderful thing. It's also a creature of habit.
Eradicate the habitual "Nah" and steamroll it with a life-altering "Why not?" -
You can't please everybody(nor should you attempt such foolishness - Trolls abound and will sadly flourish but if your idea does not hinder, hurt or put a monkey wrench in your fellow man's cup of tea...Have at it.
Look, it's obvious you only have one life to live - Obligations and responsibilities, I know this all to well, are far and many. But there's a big difference between a reason and an excuse.
*image courtesy of Der Jurist
Make the choice to #StayAwesome