Originally Posted by Acting Like Godot
You don't need the LOA.
You need to go back to much simpler, much more basic stuff in personal development.
Things like making a daily to-do list; assigning a "High", "Medium or "Low" priority to each item; and doing all the "High" items first.
Yeah that does work if you are disciplined, I tried that when I was doing the Tony Robbins Personal Power program. I think I did it twice and then never did it again after that. It felt like too much work to write the lists out, and sometimes I just looked at it and said to myself, 'what has changed? I already knew I had to do this stuff, and I still cant bring myself to do them'. So, yeah, that only lasted about 2 days.
I am starting to think my only problems are laziness and lack of discipline. Every time I try something, the reason why I quit always comes down to one of those two things.
I think a big part of the problem is that I don't like doing things I HAVE to do. If I just suddenly had an idea to do something new, then I love doing it, but if it's something that is on my list of things to do, and it comes time to get it done, I can't get the motivation and the energy or the desire to do it.
Even when they were previously things I was really excited about! I think this may be a form of ADD, I only have the attention span for any given thing for a few hours or a few days and after that I find something new to move on to, for a few hours or a few days. Hmmmm.