My personal definition of momentum is to find an opening in the place you don’t want to be and push, scratch or dig your way out. In my mind, I see two fierce teams battling on a football field or basketball court—maybe even a hockey ice ring—I never knew a man could bounce off the ice as if he had rubber until I witnessed my first hockey game.
I have noticed that when one team begins to score, their entire demeanor changes. An ability out of the ordinary springs from their core while the other team begins to lose confidence and concentration. Momentum is powerfully motivating and commanding. It is the beginning of living a supernatural life and obtaining what you want out of life.
The very word momentum is used in many areas of life: physics, science, politics, conservation
In physics, the property or tendency of a moving object to continue moving. For an object moving in a line, the momentum is the mass of the object multiplied by its velocity (linear momentum); thus, a slowly moving, very massive body and a rapidly moving, light body can have the same momentum.
In conservation, momentum is a law stating that the total linear momentum of a closed system remains constant through time, regardless of other possible changes within the system.
I hope it is becoming clear how focus and diligence can finally lead to the supernatural element of MOMENTUM. When we lose our momentum, we lose our drive and purpose for whatever it is that we’re moving toward.
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The minute that we lose momentum, we lose the thread. We become extremely vulnerable to distraction and defeat. Our inner critic awakens, and we start second-guessing ourselves, doubting the possibility of success. Other people’s demands creep in, vying for our attention and focus. We start to generate shiny, new ideas that seem even more worthy of execution, tempting us to move onto the next big thing without ever finishing.
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