What’s your Everest? What is the one event you’ve been training for that would justify all your hard work?
Everyone’s got their Everest — that one far-reaching goal that takes everything out of them to get it.
Of course, there’s no guarantee of success but you have to be willing to go forward anyway.
Both failure and success share the same result: they take you places you wouldn’t have achieved through idleness. Even false starts produce traces of data and contain lessons in disguise.
Remember to be kind to yourself and others along the way. As Neale Donald Walsch observes, “The struggle ends when the gratitude begins.”
Anything worth fighting for disrupts your life. With the right attitude, it also improves it.