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Every time you say something is hard or difficult for you, you reinforce in your mind how difficult it is, and you actually make it harder and more difficult (according to your belief) than it needs to be.
The fact is, most things we do are difficult before they get easier. Everything from walking to talking to writing or typing was difficult at one point.
Rather than focus on how difficult something is, always focus on your progress and how far you’ve come, not on how far you have to go.
Because no matter how slow you go, as long as you are consistent in your efforts (and you are biologically capable), you will achieve what it is you set out to accomplish.
And what you once considered difficult, no longer will be.
But only if you get started and only if you don’t give up.
- It’s all there for you if you want it
- Strength from discomfort
- You were meant for greatness
- Decide what you want and do the work to get it
- Offsite: Strength doesn’t come from what you can do…
- Offsite: We acquire the strength we have overcome
- Offsite: Everyone wants to live on top of the mountain