When you’re on a roll, things feel great. You’re humming on that writing project, or exercise routine, or learning program. All is well with the world. And then… it stops. You’ve lost momentum.
In my last posts, I discussed the advantages of losing your momentum and the dark side of losing it, too. But how do you recover momentum once it’s lost? What can you do to finally move forward again—and keep moving forward?
Here are some suggestions:
- Forgive yourself. When momentum fades, you may feel badly that you’re not doing what you’ve once found so easy—and, perhaps, took pride in. This is a time to reframe your thoughts by embracing the advantages. Make sure it’s something you own, rather than something that owns you.
- Reaffirm why. I stopped blogging last…