David Lingabee Songs & Songwriting

Just don’t feel motivated

A goal that excites you to the core of your being, will also motivate you to compose in the way you want to.

A goal could be defined as a unique long term desire that you fully intend to make happen, because you really want it, and you’ll do what it takes to achieve it.

You may find yourself pondering for some time while working out your goal for composing, or, even a more encompassing goal for your life as a whole. Writing down your thoughts as you go through this exercise can make it easier to do.

When you discover your own personal goal, you will know it. It suddenly becomes very obvious and makes a lot of sense to you. It aligns things for you and you intuitively know you have wanted to achieve it for a long time, even if quietly with yourself.

Persist in figuring out your goal until it formulates itself, or you formulate it, and ensure it is to your complete satisfaction. You’ll be very glad you did.

Conditional: It is not recommended you do any free online course or any exercise in this Section D) unless you feel a genuine and willing interest to do so, as the degree of personal participation may be more than you are accustomed to.

Here is a video to help you do this

Getting back in alignment with your purpose

A broader look at why you don’t feel motivated

A song to inspire “The Climb” to your goal

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