Intercessory prayer has never been my thing.
That is to say, I have never been very “good at” intercessory prayer (praying for others). I know how important it is, and how much gets accomplished when we simply hold others in God’s presence and ask him to act, but I’ve never had that natural ability or inclination to regularly pray for others, to my shame.
But because I have come to see it as one of the most important things I do as a pastor and church planter, I realized I needed to learn how to do it. I found some “training wheels” recently: a prayer form that I have begun to use that enables me to pray for others with regularity and consistency. The prayer form is taken from Ruth Haley Barton’s excellent book Strengthening the Soul of Your Leadership, which she adapted from the Iona Abbey Worship Book. Perhaps it could be something that helps you pray for others more consistently as well.