- Stay with it long enough to find a rhythm.
- When you feel the strain, build up a major daydream about how great the end result will be.
- Silence the complainer in your head with positive noise, like singing, humming, whistling, reciting the Gettysburg Address.
- Let your pride of accomplishment propel you forward.
- Fit the task to your style. If you're a morning person, don't try to shoehorn it in after dinner.
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