The Pitfalls of Self-assigned Commitments

Nobody’s watching but you.

Early on, it’s difficult to imagine success.

They’re usually made on a whim.

They’re often too grand or unrealistic.

People don’t care if you don’t follow through.

You love the idea more than the work.

Initial inspiration fades quickly.

The pressure of publicizing is paralyzing.

Failure is relative without expectations.

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