The other day someone asked me how I became a blogger.
A blogger that writes every day.
A blogger that – somehow – writes something every day that means something to at least one someone.
Even though I’m only really writing for myself.
Because I decided to.
It’s that Stephen Covey thing.
Habits (true decisions) form when three things are present:
- What to do
- How to do
- Want to do
I know what to do to create a blogging platform.
(Or I know someone that does).
I know how to blog.
(I didn’t know if I’d be good at it, of course.
But I knew how to do it).
And I wanted to do it.
I thought it would be good for me.
To get ideas out.
To make room for more.
And it has.
So I simply decided.
Anything you want to do.
Follow the Covey thing.
What to do.
How to do.
Want to do.
And that’s why, when anyone says to me:
Eeeh; I really want to go to the gym and lose some weight.
No you don’t.
Because if you did.
You’d be doing it.
So if you really do want to do something…