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If you want a better life
You have to be willing to pay the “true cost” of a better life
Waking up early
Being sore from the gym
Learning new information
Leaving behind old friends
Being turned down & rejected
Dropping bad habits, Learning new ones pic.twitter.com/qh8JxzbZHR
— Chris Johnson ⌚️x? (@CJ_Johnson17th) July 28, 2019
— (@levelsio) October 4, 2017
People prioritize comfort over everything else – even their stated goals and aspirations.
They willingly postpone what matters most for some comfort right now.
— LifeMathMoney (@LifeMathMoney) January 5, 2020
The worst addiction in the world is comfort
Nobody wants to be cold. Nobody wants to try a hard diet. Nobody wants to exercise hard
They want to click a button and have all their needs satisfied
But all growth happens with discomfort
Our society has made everybody soft
— Carnivore Aurelius © (@KetoAurelius) February 2, 2019
If a food product is made by a corporation, it's more likely to appeal to instant gratification.
— P. D. Mangan ?? (@Mangan150) January 6, 2020
Nothing kills ambition like a comfortable monthly paycheck.
Because the survival instinct is lost.
— LifeMathMoney (@LifeMathMoney) August 30, 2019
Weekdays, weekends and holidays are like really really really bad societal load balancers
— (@levelsio) May 1, 2019
Talking to a very smart friend.
He says STAMINA is an key indicator of long-term success.
People with stamina:
– Respond well to failure
– Have obsessive personalities
– They do similar things on weekdays and weekends (my favorite one)
Secret way to find under-valued talent.
— ᴅᴀᴠɪᴅ ᴘᴇʀᴇʟʟ ✌ (@david_perell) September 13, 2019