Incremental Motivation.

Many parts of life can seem such a chore or a burden at times. Granted, most of the outcomes that follow a struggle or draining of time and resources are totally worth the effort put in. That thought alone however is sometimes not enough to pull ourselves through, and some other tactics need to be employed to give us that boost, or at least make the journey to achievement less daunting.

I’m an optimist. I think I always have been, but even believing things are going to be great and things will head in the right direction for me doesn’t usually result in plain sailing. We all have to cross seas of torment, struggle, set-backs and metaphorical rough tides. The issue mostly derives from perceiving our goals as a whole, as opposed to a collection of tasks that collectively equate to a big reward.

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Your friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man.

This is something that I’ve been meaning to write about for a while now, and with the intent of now regularly blogging again, it seems like a good time to talk about one of my favourite experiences of the year so far.

In late April this year, my friend and I, as well as hundreds of others took part in Meningitis Research Foundation’s London Loot. It’s an annual event that consists of many volunteers raising money to fund research and help those unfortunate to suffer from the devastating and debilitating effects of meningitis and septicaemia.

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