Do It Even If You Don’t Feel Like It
by DanM in Blog Post No Comments
A list of things I don’t want to do: workout, work every day, track my macros, stretch, not drink, do mindset exercises, pitch for new business, try new things, continually learn, not chase ‘questionable’ women, eat green stuff…
Things I do?
The opposite of all of the above
Discipline quite frankly sucks balls but I do it anyways because if I don’t? I’m simply robbing from ‘future me’s happiness/success/health
Watched a video from Russel Brand that really hit the nail on the head for me
If you want a better life, body, bank balance, relationship – whatever – then discipline IS the vehicle to your destination
Some of the stuff
Sure can be fun
I’d much rather be drinking goose, being a naughty little bastard, smashing down take aways and doing fuck all except things I want
But I don’t (anymore hah) because that’s the path to ruin and honestly it makes me a selfish prick that is solely focused on the now and immediate gratification opposed to future me and the impact I can have on this world – on a micro and macro level
Let’s be honest you KNOW what you have to do don’t you, and yes it isn’t fun (especially at the start) but the benefits of a little of discipline really do outweigh the minor discomfort at the start
Be a little real; don’t beat yourself up or try go OTT with discipline – just do the things you KNOW you need to and don’t quit because it’s not comfortable
Stay the course and reap the rewards…
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