But luckily there are so many things out there that I want to do that at one point the list gets so big and the weight on my shoulders for doing none of it gets so heavy that I just gotta do something.
As a matter of fact, I want to do so many different things that I even started a subscription a while ago where I build all sorts of different projects totally from scratch for a few months and people can follow along and even replicate the stuff I do.
That way I'm not only forced to get over my laziness but I also gotta focus on one thing for a few months.
Something I've been struggling with over and over again in the past.
Another cool thing is that I'm also accountable to the subscribers.
I gotta show results.
Sooner or later.
Better sooner rather than later.
Even though I still struggle quite a bit with the sooner part.
But I'm getting there.
Sooner or later....
Here's the thing...
Deep down we're all lazy.
And I guess at the end of the day it's all about finding clever ways to fight your lazy alter ego that constantly tries to suck all the energy out of you.
So how do you fight your lazy alter ego?
I don't know.
But I just showed you how I do it.
How I managed to write 8 books.
More than 800 blog posts.
Gave more than 30 or so talks at all sorts of events and conferences.
How I built (and shutdown) multiple side businesses.
Lived and traveled to I don't know how many countries.
And a few other things.
I know that my clock is ticking.
And so is yours...
Will this work for you?
But probably not.
It's worth a try though.
Make that list.
Write down all of the things you want to do.
The things you want to build.
The things you want to create.
And then put that thing in your pocket.
And carry it around with you wherever you go.
And see what happens.
So what could happen?