This could be just me, but has anyone else gotten a brief moment in motivation to change something in themselves? Perhaps learning a new topic/field/skill, changing attitude, exercise/get fit, etc etc.
Only to fall short after a few weeks or months and just relapse to the stage as if nothing ever took place or all effort has turned moot and reset to zero?
Relapsing to zero is one thing, getting back into whatever it was often takes shorter time to get back to where one left off depending on shortcuts and refresher. But the drive to continue, to reach for the next level / milestone is the challenge.
Otherwise, in my case, most often, if the endgame / prize no longer holds value or interest, my mind just wouldn't let me continue for continuing sake unless the whole process and procedure is integrated so deeply into my own personal schedule.
I find it strangely difficult to maintain focus knowing continuing can only benefit me in the long run, but my interest level just falls short wanting to find something else to do. As a result, stuck in an endless cycle of 'learn a little of everything, complete nothing'.