You can either live your dreams or live your fears. One thing I know about life is a guarantee. Change is inevitable.
As much as you like to be in your comfort zone, as much as you like to be stable, as much as you like to control your environment, the reality is everything changes If you're doing real good at some point, some bad's gonna happen in your life You are putting things off because in the short term it's easier, it's more comfortable, It's more pleasurable to be distracted or to indulge yourself doing something else than it is to sit down and do the actual work to create the outputs that matter when they are needed. You're not racing anywhere. Slow down, stop looking around at what everyone else is doing and focus on where you are. And what's important to you.
You gotta talk to yourself and you build yourself up and you'll feel your energy level coming up How do you gain persistence and how do you start to have more good days than bad days? You're gonna hate this advice, but it absolutely works. You must come up with a morning routine that you do every single morning, or at least more mornings than not. That puts you in control of yourself and in control of your day. You have got to be willing to make the hard decision.
You've got to be willing to feel uncomfortable, to feel awkward, to face rejection, to fail, to feel pressure. You've got to be willing to face those things because that's what's necessary for you to grow. If you're going to get in the zone if you're going to do fourth quarter living you've got to be comfortable hitting a wall. If I got any runners out there any fighters out there any athletes out there anybody that's ever stressed the limits you know that in order to get to the zone you got to hit that wall first.
You got to hit that brick wall first. What does that mean? You got to get to a place in your life where all your strength is gone and you're no longer operating on strength but now you begin to operate on will. Who wins if you keep blaming them? Who wins if you move on, forget about them and create the best life and success you could ever imagine? Who wins if you move on? Who wins if you forget about them? who wins if you create your best ever life, full of success and abundance? YOU WIN! Take back your power. First and foremost, wake up on time When that alarm goes off.
Get your butt out of bed. 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 go. Why is that important for persistence? The reason why is because the first decision that you're making of the day is to actually get up and get moving. – The comfort zone is one of the greatest enemies of human potential and of your potential.
When people get into a comfort zone they strive to stay in that comfort zone. Even if they're unhappy with their situation. Often their whole lives pass them by while they're furnishing and reinforcing their little rut of medium performance. You need the courage to continually move yourself in the direction of your biggest goals and ambitions.
You need to be willing to face discomfort in order for you to grow. You need the courage to launch in faith with no guarantees of success. Someone once wrote, "If every obstacle "Must first be overcome "Nothing will ever get done. " Courageous people are those who have a dream and set a goal.
They make a plan, and they take the first step with no assurances and no guarantees that their efforts will result in success. However, if you look upon every step forward as a learning experience and every set-back as a valuable lesson that has been sent to you to make you stronger and better you will not be afraid to launch in faith into the unknown. You need the courage to risk failure. You need the courage to endure constant set-backs and disappointments and temporary defeats.
You need to learn to deal with failure by realizing that failure is an indispensable prerequisite for success. You can't succeed without failing and failing lots of times. Remember that wonderful quote from Thomas J. Watson Sr.
the founder of IBM. He said, "If you want to be successful faster "You must double your rate of failure. " He said, "Success lies on the far side of failure. "