The Benefits of Finishing What You Start

Hey there! Have you ever found yourself overwhelmed with all the things you need to do? It’s easy to get bogged down with a long to-do list and feel like you’ll never get everything done. But what if I told you there’s a better way? Taking one day at a time and finishing what we start can actually have some pretty amazing benefits. Let’s dive in!

First off, when we focus on one day at a time, we’re able to prioritize better. Instead of trying to tackle everything all at once, we can take a step back and figure out what’s most important. This can help us feel less overwhelmed and more in control of our lives. Plus, when we’re not constantly worrying about what’s next, we’re able to be more present in the moment.

Another benefit of taking each day as it comes is that it helps us stay motivated. When we break big tasks into smaller, more manageable ones, we’re more likely to make progress. And when we make progress, we feel good about ourselves and our abilities. This positive feedback loop can help us stay motivated and keep pushing forward.

But it’s not just about taking things one day at a time – it’s also important to finish what we start. When we complete tasks, we build momentum and confidence. We prove to ourselves that we’re capable of following through on our commitments. And when we have that sense of accomplishment, we’re more likely to take on new challenges and push ourselves further.

Of course, it’s not always easy to finish the projects we start. Sometimes we hit roadblocks or lose motivation. But when we stick with it and push through those tough times, we build resilience. We learn that we can overcome obstacles and come out stronger on the other side. And that’s a pretty powerful lesson to learn.

So there you have it – taking one day at a time and finishing what we start can have some fantastic benefits. It helps us prioritize, stay motivated, build momentum, and develop resilience. So the next time you’re feeling overwhelmed or tempted to give up, remember that taking things one day at a time and following through on your commitments can make all the difference.

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Enjoy the stuff you start and don’t forget to finish!

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About J. L. Campbell

National Bestselling Author, J.L. Campbell writes in a range of genres. Campbell, who hails from Jamaica, has penned forty books. She is a certified editor, and book coach. When she’s not writing, Campbell adds to her extensive collection of photos detailing Jamaica’s flora and fauna. Visit her on the web at or

One Reply to “The Benefits of Finishing What You Start”

  1. Well written, J.L. I sort my tasks into “marathon” and regular, trying to do one of each during a day, completing the regular one and just working on the “marathon” project, be it writing or editing.

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