We all sometimes want to give up. What a relief it would not be to do what we should
do. To skip a workout. Call the sick. Eat all things. Say "eff
it "or" it does not really matter. " Just for today. And, perhaps
It's not just me, right?
Despite our immediate desire to resist or avoid the task, we all know that doing it (insert a task you don’t want to do) will make us feel better. Even if our heart is not in it. Even if it is C + work.
A simple act of display is the value of victory
The reason most people don't change is because we
I don’t want to feel discomfort. What is the point of being uncomfortable
when can you just stay the same?
I love the fact that behavioral expert James Clear has
to say about discomfort …
Regarding the time of your usual day or week, almost all your habits quickly disappear. Your training will be completed in an hour or two. Your report will be printed before tomorrow morning. This article will be completed in an instant.
Life has become easier than ever. 300 years ago, if you hadn’t killed your food and built your own house, you would have died. Today, we regret that we forgot our iPhone charger.
Maintain a perspective. Your life is good, and the discomfort is temporary. Step into this moment of discomfort and let it strengthen you.
Our first instinct is to resist discomfort. Complain about it. Obsessed with it. Do it more than you eat.
This approach is exhausting for you. Quickly.
Peaceful coexistence with a little discomfort necessary for change keeps you in the game. Instead of overcoming + resisting + howling, I – invite him. Take it. Looking forward to it.
Looking forward to it?
Yes. Because on the other side of temporary discomfort
this is what you will feel great On the other hand it is
achievement and success.
Our daily lives are made up of thousands of small decisions that can lead to easy immediate gratification or discomfort from discipline. Your life is the sum of these seemingly tiny choices.
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