More Malcolm Ocean:
"So the aim isn’t to be productive all the time. It’s to be productive at the times when your internal society of mind generally agrees it would be good to be productive. It’s not to be able to motivate yourself to do anything. It’s to be able to motivate yourself to do anything it makes sense to do."
I notice some of my older implicit and explicit strategies were, "Well first I'll get good at being able to do any arbitrary thing that I (i.e the dominant self-concept/identify I want to project) pick, and then I'll work on figuring out what I actually want and care about."
Also, noting that the "then I'll figure out what I want" was more "Well I've got no idea how to figure out what I want, so let's do anything else!"
In light of reading through Raemon's shortform feed, I'm making my own. Here will be smaller ideas that are on my mind.