But then the almost the next moment I argued that Inertia is not just a restraining force but a balancing and guiding force. I wish to be at a certain level. To reach there I have to overcome the inertia at my current level. Once I reach the level that I need to be I can relax only when the Inertial force will keep me at that level. Else almost immediately back to my current level. So to be at whatever level we need to calculate how much inertial force we need to overcome. A great philosopher once said " We are what we do; Excellence therefor is not an act but a habit". I think he was also alluding to creating inertia.
PS: While googling for the term "create inertia" I came across this blog of my former company. http://www.infosysblogs.com/ea/2010/01/transformation_inertia_and_ent_1.html. It talks about the same thing but more in the context of Trasnformation @ an enterprise level.