How to stop being lazy

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Man!

Been doing this Keto diet and today was a cheat day. So, had a huge stack of pancakes for breakfast… and my body is reeling. You know when you’re laying down and your arms feel like they weigh 100o lbs?

Yeah, that.

Anyway, got me thinking about this tweet:

I’d retweeted it and said:

https://twitter.com/jpmorris/status/1051090939819700224

Used it again this morning to get this email out.

I thought, “Okay, just figure what you wanna talk about”.

Just do that one little step.

Now, here I am typing this whole thing out.

Same with web dev projects.

Don’t think about everything you have to do. Just look at the list of things left to do and find one you think you can get done in 5 minutes and do that. By the time you get done with it, you’ll “strangely” want to keep going.

Before you know it…

It’s three hours later and you’ve got half your list done.

And, it’s works over and over and over.

Almost 10 years now for me.

Anyhoo, use that as you will.

Of course, if learning how to code and how to freelance is one of the things on your list, I can give you an assist. You can get access to my entire curriculum of web development and freelancing courses for nothing over on SkillShare.

So, you don’t have to waste time figuring out WHAT learn.

It’s all there.

Anyway, details on all that are here: https://www.skillshare.com/r/user/johnmorris

Later,

John

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JOHN MORRIS

I’m a 15-year veteran of freelance web development. I’ve worked with bestselling authors and average Joe’s next door. These days, I focus on helping other freelancers build their freelance business and their lifestyles.

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