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Ionie Scott
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Change is Hard - The Rhythms of Life

Published on 6/17/2019
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There is one thing that 99 percent percent of "failures" and "successful" folks have in common - they all hate doing the same things.  The difference is successful people do them anyway.  Change is hard.  That's why people don't transform their bad habits, and why so many people end up unhappy and unhealthy.

What excites me about this reality, however, is that if change were easy, and everyone was doing it, it would be much more difficult for you and me to stand out and become an extraordinary success.  Ordinary is easy.  Extraordinary is what will separate you from the crowd

I'm always happy when someone is hard.  Why?  Because I know that most people won't do what it takes; therefore, it will be easier for me to step in front of the pack and take the lead.  I love what Dr, Martin Luther King Jr. said so eloquently:  "The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge.  When you press on despite difficulty, tedium, and hardship, that's when you earn your improvement and gain strides on the competition.  If it's hard, awkward, or tedious, so be it.  Just do it.

The positive results you want to experience in your life - will be the result of smart choices (and actions) repeated consistently over time.  You win when you take the right steps day in and day out.  But you set yourself up for failure by doing too much too soon

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