Friday, 18 December 2020 10:05

On building momentum by getting the HARD stuff done first!

Which of course is a contrarian way to the extreme, and that exact OPPOSITE of what most “gurus” claim (and to be honest, some of those people DO KNOW what theyre talking about!).

And opposite of what I’ve said in the past too.

Perhaps this email should be read by “super motivated” folks.

If you NEED motivation to get started (fitness, life, work etc) ... well, you do the easy stuff first and build momentum.

But for you SUPER MOTIVATED lot out there?

That really want to EXCEL at whatever it is you do??

Could be as simple as fixing a lightbulb, for instance.

This afternoon I had three bulbs to fix.

Two easy peasy, one tough in that I had to take off the “glass cover” around it (an insanely annoying thing to do).

So fixing light bulbs is easy anyway, you say!


IT is!

But I got the “hard part” out of the way anyway!


And my thinking was as follows.

The other two are easy anyway. Why not just do those later?

Thats like saying “thats already done”!

And it was, in a way. Hehe.

So I got the toughie out of the way FIRST.

If I did it in the reverse manner, would it have worked?

Hell yes.

IN probably the same time, but mentally, I’d constantly think of “the hard one remains!”.

And its the same thing with my fitness routines.

I do the toughies FIRST, and unless you’re trying to DO an exercise, it’s the rught way to do it.

If you’re just starting out with handstands and handstand pushups, obviously do the reverse.

But after a certain point, you crank the heat up.

Literally. And figuratively.

And the way to do that is harder workouts , and the way to do that?

Well, it’s to do the toughies FIRST when you have the most energy instead of waiting until the “fag end”. Hehe.

Dont get me wrong. You can do it that way and still make great gains, but in my NOT SO HUMBLE opinion on this one, the first way is BETTER.

Boith work, but if one is better, why not choose that and see how it goes??

And this works for life – fitness – everythang, really.

And I’m out for now. Back soon!


Rahul Mookerjee


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