A Quality of Thought: “Momentum”.
Momentum is wildly important for achieving our goals. It’s the accumulate effect of thought and action, greater than the sum of its parts (to misquote that axiom), that moves us from goal setting through goal progressing and to goal achieving.
Like going to the gym: I’m not going to see results from one session. Nor from odd standalone sessions, sparsely spread over time. I’m going to see results from regular sessions over time.
Choose a project now that’s stuck. And notice the lack of energy around it: as a result of either no attention, dwindling attention, or sporadic attention.
If you want to get that project moving (and “desire to” is a prerequisite), take a moment to reflect on how much more accumulative energy you could build-up around that project. If you had to create accumulative energy, what would you do differently? How would you install momentum.