No matter who you are and how much you’ve accomplished…
You’ll always face some kind of doubt or fear.
As your goals get bigger, so do the challenges to achieve them.
“Can I do this?”
That’s a question you should never ask again.
Don’t ever convince your mind of any doubt.
Every goal is attainable.
The only thing that’ll determine how long to achive it is the amount of time you dedicate to it on a DAILY BASIS.
Work + Work + More Work = Achievement
There are no shortcuts.
There’s no one smarter than you.
There’s no one better than you.
Everyone has to go through the same process to achieve the same goal.
You and I both know you will.
…we can even bet on it if you’d like.
But can you accept making slow steady progress instead of instant progress?
That you have to consistently learn and apply new information?
That you actually have to put in time, effort, and hard work?
…Or is it just not worth it?
Is your goal something you can live without?
Something that’s not really important?
Guess what?…It isn’t something you can live without and it’s VERY important.
You can lie to me but you sure cannot lie to yourself.
You made it your goal for a reason.
So don’t allow yourself a reason to quit.
Don’t let fear, doubt, bullshit advice from “friends” convince you your goal isn’t worth it.
Release the beast inside you and make it happen.
Give it everything you got.
And when you don’t have anything left, push yourself and give it some more.
Your mind lies and tries to convince that you’re “tired”, way before you really are.
It’s better to die for your goal than to live asking “What if?”
“What if I would’ve never quit?”
“How would my life be different?”
“What would I have?…Where Would I live?…Who would I live with?”
Those questions will burn inside you DAILY like a fireball trapped in your body without an escape.
Quitting won’t do you any good.
…but it sure as hell will do a whole lot of bad.
Don’t do it to yourself.
There’s a beast inside you that’s hungry.
…AND IT EATS PROGRESS AND ACHIEVEMENT FOR DINNER.
Keep the beast full.
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