Momentum is very powerful and used correctly it can help us to achieve our goals in life, no matter what they are. Momentum is universal and has no limits to where and how it can be used. The difficultly is not when you have momentum but is found when building it.
One of the best ways to help build momentum is to start small. Achieving a simple task can help to get the ball rolling, and as you slowly work your way through tasks or goals set throughout the day, you will begin to build and use momentum. A good example of this could be making your bed in the morning. We mentioned this as a good way to get yourself into the right mindset for a day, and it also applies to building momentum. Starting a day full of tasks or chores with a win is vital, even if it is a small one.
Another way to build momentum is to be self-committed. If you train yourself to be self-committed you will become more confident in what you are set out to do, which will reduce the likelihood of you doubting yourself or hesitating when you should be actionable.
We recently discussed how you can build momentum and how you can use it to achieve tasks efficiently in life in our latest podcast. If you would like to learn more about momentum, we highly recommend that you listen to the episode.