Wanting vs Needing
I find myself successful at doing chores and tasks by adopting the attitude of "wanting" to do it instead of "needing" to. Because when I feel I "need" to fulfill a a task, I end up frozen with fear, worried, and anxious. To need doesn't supply a powerful boost of motivation unlike wanting. This year, I'm more consistent with exercising because I want to. Of course when I get up early morning, I'm feeling cranky because in the back of my mind I'm dreading starting the exercise. But I take time to change the mind set and sure enough I get things done with pride. Maybe I could apply this towards college. What do y'all think?