In 2004, I was a very good Christian. I'm still a Christian and like to consider myself still a good one but I am not a quarter as good as I was then. I surrounded myself with so many christian literature. I read all the ones I could buy and borrow. And even read the ones written over 50 years ago; 500 page brown paper books written on holiness. Then I came across stories of people reading the bible cover to cover in a year or less. I decided to do so too. I would read many pages of the bible daily. I once read the entire book of Job at a sitting, and still read other passages that day. In eight months I had read the bible cover to cover and felt like I could have done it in less time. The next cover to cover reading took me over two years. I didn't have the communal push I got while I did the first one.
Today, I don't feel like I am doing anything beyond average by writing daily. I can give you a long list of people who write daily. I surrounded myself with people who write daily and made me feel like it's a very normal and easy thing to do. The truth is I feel like I am not doing enough. My role model is George Bernard Shaw and he wrote over 250,000 articles. That's the equivalent of writing 3 articles a day for more than 200 years. So I have never woken up and felt like I was doing anything extra-ordinary by writing daily.
In your journey to achieving your personal goals the easiest way to go about it is to find a crowd heading the way you want to go. No one runs a marathon alone. This year, find your crowd. And make taking big steps toward your goals look normal.