There’s one thing you can’t escape that no one really talks about. There’s something that we all have to continually face that will test our frustration and anger. It’s waiting and being patient.
With most motivational gurus, you’ll hear more about the “law of attraction” than the “law of action.” You’ll hear more about “think and grow rich” than “work and grow rich.”
Quitting breeds regret, and regret is a disappointment in yourself. The relief you’re seeking by quitting will only create a lifetime of regret that you’ll never be able to quit.
Some of the greatest, most important events of our lives were preceded by boldness. Think about it. Without courageous acts in the face of risk, failure, or embarrassment, our life would have little to no highlights.
There are so many things that can hold us back from going after our dreams and goals or finally changing an area of our lives that we’ve always struggled with. I would say the foremost is self-doubt—when we constantly question our worthiness, our ability, and whether something is possible for us.
Daily motivation is supposed to provide support to what should truly be driving your life. Inspirational quotes are only helpful to give you a “boost” to help keep you going, but they are not what you should build your life upon.
How many times have you heard people say, “Just follow your heart?” It’s probably in the top ten of the most common pieces of advice that people give. For me, it’s not any more helpful than having someone try to comfort me with, “It’ll all work out.”
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Are there areas of your life in which you’re holding yourself back? Maybe in your career, your band, your business, your relationships, your health? You might feel unsure about yourself, and unsure about the future, but again, your best move is to expand and increase in the face of doubt.
Your life isn’t working itself out, because the life you truly want doesn’t work itself out. The life you don’t want is the life that works itself out. You work out the life you want by continual action in the face of life’s resistance.
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