In other words, motivation is choice based. It is a bit too late and I'm a bit too tired to develop on this but read a book like "The Paradox of Choice" or "Predictably Irrational" and you can see the entire scientific explanation there.
So tomorrow, don't focus on only what you must do. Create a "NOT To-Do" list. A list of things that will act as a radar towards of what you ought NOT to do.
What are those things? This depends a lot from person to person.
Here are what ruins success for me:
1. Smoking too much, ruins my mood, my energy and my mental focus.
2. Installing computer games - I play one about every two months but when I do, I find myself bored, exhausted and mentally unfocused.
3. Eating too much sugar - energy boost and then fast energy depletion.
4. Drinking Coca Cola.
5. Arguing, fighting, conflict. This kills your spirit, steals your time, ruins your life. It doesn't matter who is right. Interpersonal relationships are not discussed in a court of law.
6. Skipping breakfast.
7. Getting in long Facebook conversations for the sake of discussing things you already know and which you've discussed for the 15th time.
8. Mindless TV watching.
9. Most forms of YouTube consumption, even motivational videos. Instead of watching one, better buy a book and read it.
... and many more. What is not good for me is not relevant to everyone. But each one of us should have a list of things to do.
And until you define this list, you'll take two steps forward, one step back. You'll build a wall and then kick it down with your self-sabotaging behavior. Or you'll make it so hard to build that wall that it will take 50 - 100 - 200% more effort to do so.
And unless Warrior Forum actually brings you money or helps you in an active manner (partnerships, lead generation, education) spending time here qualifies. If you spend 30 minutes on WF just surfing topics without any actual benefit in doing this, you are not better off than spending 30 minutes watching porn.
Time wasted is time wasted, no matter if you are on a business forum, reading Forbes or watching reruns of NCIS.