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If you’re sitting around waiting to be motivated, you’ll never get anything done

Sure motivation might help you get things started,

But finishing things is a completely different game.

Motivation can spark you into action, but it’s not what sustains you

What sustains you is determined by your strength of will.

Having the conviction to see things through.

Yes, this will require exerted effort, 

It may even get a little painful at times

But that’s OK

Because nothing of value ever comes easy.

And there is no growth without discomfort. 

The best way to get ahead is to get started.

And this is best accomplished through your sheer strength of will .

We’ve become so accustomed to easy

And so addicted to comfort, 

That we don’t know what to do when things become uncomfortable.

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