i think adding a methyl group will make that speed give you a little more focus.
But the best book that isn't a research document I have come across is called the Willpower Instinct. Everything is backed by science and there is no anthony robbins bullshit. Lots of footnotes which you can then explore more.
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I think it's a combination of fear of what will happen if I DON'T pursue my goals, and desire for what will happen if I DO.
I am an extremely goal oriented person. If you're talking about finishing a project or something, break it down into smaller parts and make mini goals instead of one big overwhelming goal.
I guess it also depends on what you've already accomplished in life though. Once you get used to the feeling of achieving your goals, it's kind of hard to stop imo. Getting exactly what you want in life is a difficult thing to abandon.
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Perhaps I was not whipped enough as a child.