How much willpower do you have in the morning?
How much do you have at night?
If you’re like many folks, you tend to have weaker willpower at night than in the morning.
Because most of us are exercising willpower continuously throughout the day.
When we use our willpower, we’re draining it.1
The willpower gap happens when we go against our better judgment or fall short of a goal because low motivation, internal equivocation, or pure mental exhaustion limits our ability to make deliberate choices.
That can cause problems for any of us — unless we know how to close the willpower gap.
And that’s the focus of this month’s Visual Insights Newsletter.
No one's immune from the willpower gap. It can sneak up on any of us and get in the way of our bigger life goals.
But it won’t if we know some simple strategies for getting ahead of the willpower gap. These practices can help anyone build willpower in the right ways.
If we do, we set ourselves up for greater happiness and more success in life.2
P.S. What was the last temptation that put your willpower to the test? What happened — did willpower get you through? Hit “comment” and tell me your story. I’d love to hear about how you’ve recently had to put your willpower to the test and how it all turned out.