We all know what we want. Our main challenge is in getting there.
If we take our end-destination in mind and outline the steps to reach it by working backward, the goal suddenly becomes less intimidating.
The only way to “control” the future is to steady our mentality and take immediate action. Making progress requires both urgency and patience with the process.
Mastering each step fortifies the fundamentals and strengthens our “why.” Knowing our purpose helps push us through temporary and unforeseen hurdles.
Greatness is scarce because so few people want to endure struggle. Failure is integral to the process of learning.
There are power and magic in practice. Only the indolent think they can perfect the work in theory — all talk, zero execution.
The art of pertinacity demands that we keep going — it may be the bravest thing we ever do.
Get the pen and paper out. Feel compelled to identify what we want and map out the road it takes to get there.