Why we are yet to be at our best
Excuses are frequently made up on the spot. We don't go to the gym because it's boring, pricey, or we're too busy, for example. Due to traffic congestion or oversleeping, we were late for work. We inflicted harm on someone because we didn't have an option. These are all variations on the topic of "my dog ate my homework."
Justification: Beliefs that assist us in understanding why we haven't reached our goals. We take these beliefs at face value to excuse our inactivity, then lose interest in the outcome.
"It's simply reasonable," that is what most readers use to say. "I don't see anything I don't already know here." This is the most common criticism leveled at most guidance books. You may be thinking the same thing. "Yes, it's true," the response sometimes goes, but I bet you don't do a lot of what you read about. If you've ever attended a seminar or a corporate meeting where everyone agrees on a course of action, you know that nothing will change in a year. You can see the distinction between comprehension and action.
Understanding isn't the same as taking action. This belief is perplexing.
I'm strong enough to withstand temptation.
We deify willpower and self-control, and we mock them whenever they are lacking. We do agree that Greats or Heroes are those who have achieved success via exceptional willpower. Those who require assistance or support are referred to as weaklings. It's not acceptable!
Few people can foresee the difficulties that lie ahead. As a result, only a few of us are capable of effectively assessing or forecasting our own willpower. Never question yourself, don't listen to those who mock you, and don't give up. You have the ability to accomplish anything. All you have to do now is get started, even if it's just one step toward your objective. Then you'll notice how the world around you begins to change for the better.
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