Eliminate these deadly thinking sins:1. "I'll do it tomorrow." The truth is you're never going to feel like doing what needs to be done. We all fool ourselves into thinking there will be a better time in the near future.
- Anything you're putting off isn't going to get any easier.
- The most successful people are very good at taking care of the most important tasks at hand. Some things are uncomfortable, and it's necessary to push through that discomfort. Start with baby steps and build up your tolerance for discomfort!
- Remember that it's not about discipline. It's really about focus and motivation.
- Tell yourself that you can do it. Remind yourself that it's more about getting motivated and applying yourself consistently. Discipline is only a good tool in the short-term. Limit yourself to one big goal and get excited about it.
- It might be lonelier at the top, but that doesn't mean there isn't room for you. You can be successful too.
- When others do well, you're actually better off being happy for them. You can examine their success and learn from it. You'll also come to believe that others will be happy when you're successful.
- Some things do take a significant amount of time to achieve, but that doesn't mean you can't get started today.
- Focus your attention on your successes. Look back over your past and remember all the times you were successful. Make a list of your past successes and add your new successes to the list as they happen.
- We all suffer at times, but that suffering passes and makes room for positive things. Avoid dwelling on the negative and look forward to better times.
- It's important to learn to be happy with where you are and what you have. That doesn't mean you have to be completely satisfied, but you might as well be happy in the meantime.
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