I feel as though I could accomplish so much more if only I had the work ethic to actually *do* the things I think about. It's something that's been bothering me a bit lately, I know I could accomplish so much more than I am, it's like for the last 5 or so years I've been in such a slump. I remember being younger and being much more eager to learn and apply what I've learned. Now I still have that thirst for knowledge, but I'm more content to just sit back and say "yeah well I know this...no need to study or perfect my skills" at first I blamed the schools, claiming that this work wasn't challenging enough and that I was being stifled and now that I'm actually in a program where I *am* being challenged I'm not rising to the challenge.
I wonder how older ENTPs deal with this lack of discipline and if there's any way to properly make myself *focus* because I know it's easy to say go and sit down and do your work but in practice...it's a lot harder than it sounds trying to override years of procrastination and just plain carelessness.