No, it takes something far more brave, far more risky, far more selfless to truly grow yourself to a substantial degree.
All you need is a good book, a face mask, and a new perspective on life.
I propose we rebrand. Elaborate on the idea that accepting who you are does not mean settling.
Everything in your life, right now, is a reflection of what you believe you deserve.
Face your resistance and do what you’re avoiding–that one thing that really matters, and will matter in 10 years, that you don’t want to do.
When you’re confident about what you do and clear about where you’re going, the right strategy will make itself known.
Last week, I visualized my new workout partner. Today, I’m benching 20 lbs more than I ever have before. A few months ago, I noticed a 50-year-old man at the gym lifting twice what I lift in every exercise.