The greatest obstacle to achieving The Thing You’re About isn’t actually your boss, or your spouse, or your bills, or your circumstances, or your upbringing, or all the mistakes you’ve made along the way.
The reason you’re not achieving what you want to achieve is because you aren’t willing to pay the price it requires. Despite what you say, something else is more important to you than the thing you claim is your one goal and purpose. Your comfort. Your status. Your TV time.
Turn around to see what’s holding you back and you’re very likely to find it’s your own hand attached to your own arm attached to your own shoulder and contorted in a way that would freak everyone out if they weren’t doing the same thing.
You don’t need more time. You need to be more intentional with the time you have.
If you really want to make a change, quit doing what you’re used to doing. Say goodbye to the things you enjoy that don’t move you towards your goal. If you are serious, be serious. Fight yourself.
Oh hello dear readers! You caught me talking to myself there.