Physics

March 27, 2012  •  1 Comment

 

Objects in motion tend to stay in motion.  That’s about all the physics I know.  You can observe this in different situations as it relates to actual objects and motion.  That’s why it hurts to come to a sudden stop in a crash and why it takes a lot of energy to get something going.  But it also applies to life. 

I’m thinking of this specifically because I’m trying to gain momentum with this blog and my photography business.  I’ve been pretty diligent for the first three days.  I’ve promised myself that I’d write at least once a week, hopefully more.  I’ll post all my photography projects as well as links and inspiration. 

As far as the business goes, I'm trying to find some good commercial/editorial style ideas for shoots that I can work on.  The idea is that I need to actually shoot what I want to be shooting if I expect to do something other than families and weddings.  If you have a need for something like this or have any ideas, let me know.  I want all my shoots to have a theme from now on.

I’m also trying to gain momentum with a workout plan.  I’m thinking of competing in a short triathlon.  I have some amazing athlete friends to help me and I’ll write about my progress along the way.  I’ve got my head right, so as soon as I get clearance from the doctors, I’m doing it! 

So readers, what are you building momentum for?  How do you gain momentum for things you need to do? 

An object that wants to be in motion.  Back Alley 'Vette This Corvette obviously wants to be in motion.  


Comments

Annie W.(non-registered)
I gain momentum through the encouragement of others....I'm on a goal toward better health. Family input means a lot to me, even if it's just a "Great job!" Also, writing things down helps. I write down every bite that goes in my mouth. This can be good for other goals as well. Writing it down (and you don't have to be great with words) helps you to gain a better perspective of what's actually happening. And, it reveals what works and doesn't work, when you go back and see the changes that have taken place since you started writing. Another means I use is--and you'll love this---photography. A picture, as a record, as proof, as a show of progress, speaks a thousand words.
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