A Push to Get Clearer About Your Pull Factors

This post is part of a series of “atomic essays” published on Twitter for the #Ship30for30 program. You can check out more of the conversation on Twitter, and in the previous post from this series about addressing your default mental traps.

All too often, we decide to do things based on push factors, but it’s our pull factors that keep us going when the new devils who accompany the new levels show up.

Reasons to do something fall within two broad buckets: push factors and pull factors.