Here’s Why You Never Follow-Through (And How To Fix It)

July 2, 2013

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Isn’t it funny how we get soooo pumped about our newest projects?

Whether it’s a cleaner diet, blogging consistently, or getting back in shape — most of us have no trouble starting off with a bang.

We’re uber committed for the first few days.

Things go so well that we actually start to believe the voice in our head when it says, “OMG, this time is different. I’m actually going to make this happen. I’m going to stick with this for life!”

Fast forward three weeks into the future. Life throws you a curve ball. You slip off track. A few more days pass and before you know it, it’s the same as it ever was.

You see…

No matter how enthusiastic we are at the beginning of any new project, there’s one crucial habit that makes the difference between our ultimate success and failure.

Follow-through: the ability to finish what we start.

If you’re frustrated with your addiction to half-completed projects and struggle to stick with any new regimen you take on, this episode of MarieTV is for you.

Full disclosure: I’m not perfect at follow-through, but after years of watching myself and others stumble and thankfully, find some success, I’ve gained some insight on follow-through that I hope can help you.

Now, it’s your turn.

In the comments below, tell me:

What’s the single most effective strategy you’ve used to stay focused and follow-through?

Let me know what’s worked and what hasn’t.

And please share as many specific details as possible. Your share might be just the insight that someone else needs to have a breakthrough.

Thank you, as always, for reading, watching and sharing!

With love,

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