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Commitment is a lot like doing a plank.
First slide : April 11th 2017. Second slide: May 6th 2019.
See at first you have zero idea of what the hell you’re doing, right. You envision the goal that you want, you mentally you prepare yourself. You can see yourself doing the task, but you may fail. You’re not strong enough yet to do the plank properly. Or in this case you are not “strong enough yet” to complete the goal.
Does that mean because the first time you tried it and failed that you suddenly never try again. All is hopeless, you will NEVER be able to do it?? HELL NO! You keep trying, you work at it. You strengthen your core, your correct your form. You build yourself up so the next time you go and attack that challenge you’re prepared for it.
You Stay Committed.
We don’t remember when our parents taught us how to walk right? But we know that we learned. Our parents stay committed to teaching us to walk. No matter what. I’m sure we fell a lot before we developed balance. I’m sure they needed to hold our hands so we wouldn’t trip and they would stay there to guid us. But imagine they didn’t do that. Imagine the first time you failed at walking your parents were like “Well that’s it, Johnny is never going to walk, he couldn’t get it the first time so I guess he’s going to crawl on his belly forever.”
The “impossible” is only impossible because you gave it that title. You deemed it to be impossible so therefore impossible it shall stay.
It’s all about how we approach the challenge. You walk into something with a negative mind-state then negative results WILL HAPPEN, and you can apply this to any challenge in your life, not just the physical ones.
Stay committed to the task and the task will become easier to complete ALWAYS.
Some Monday Motivation for those in need.
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