2. Commit to just a small task (that contributes to a larger goal)
Did you know that 88% of all New Year’s resolutions end in failure? It’s because when we make a large, life-changing goal, we tax our brains too much to be able to achieve it. Apply a constraint here by focusing on smaller changes that can add up to better focus on the overall goal. When you make a goal, break it down as far as you can, to the simplest task possible.
The Buffer Blog's always worth reading. Consider how YOU, with all your limitations and constraints, can write. You can, you know.
If you've set a writing goal, remember to set daily tasks, too. Baby steps are all it takes to write a book, or write anything else. One tiny task at a time... Before you know it, you've achieved your goal.