“Her career lost momentum after two unsuccessful films.”
One thing I pride myself on is constantly trying to improve myself and my surroundings to maximize my efficiency. We’re all working to improve ourselves one way or another and here’s a counterintuitive approach to improving our lives and it involves physics. Yes, physics, that class you barely passed in high school, and we’re talking about momentum. We might be better off simply trying to build our own momentum. Momentum is the force or speed of movement. Momentum begets momentum so if you can get some then getting more isn’t as hard.
We can build our momentum in a number of different ways. Like, if you don’t already have a desk or a designated workspace then you get one. Then you start getting more stuff done. Then you look at getting a standing desk as an option for your home office. You need a workspace with few if any distractions so you can actually work. Working without distractions is a key to productivity. You need to get as much work as possible completed to keep up with the frenetic pace of life itself. Keeping up is the first step in getting out of the rat race. The next step is getting real traction by building momentum and then using that momentum to push your career forward until maintaining your momentum isn't a problem and before you know you've accomplished your objective!