The things that we work hard to achieve are the ones that last. The things that we get quickly are usually the first ones to go. We are not able to cherish something unless we have truly worked for it and earned it through hard work and perseverance.
Trouver est réservé à ceux qui cherchent — Jim Rohn
La búsqueda está reservada a aquellos que buscan — Jim Rohn
“Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment.” — Jim Rohn
Discipline has played a major role in my life. It likely plays a major role in your life as well. Whether you’ve achieved big or small goals in the past, to get there, you needed discipline. Although you’ve had discipline in the past, you might lack it today. So how do you go about instilling discipline in your life, especially when things look so dark and bleak? The ability to turn this on and off like a stream of water could be the difference between true success and constant and never-ending failure.
“There are no victories at bargain prices” — Dwight D. Eisenhower
Everything that is worth something requires efforts, a lot of efforts. If you expect to get quick results just by being lucky, you will get no satisfaction from that non existent sacrifice, because, what price did you pay if you did not sacrifice anything?
Do not waste your time playing games or watching meaningless television. If you are tired, get some rest and get ready for the next day. There is no point in delaying your day and get nothing in return. The better alternative is to be well rested and be more productive the next day.
Everyone wants the perks of success but not everybody is willing to do the dirty, unglamorous work to get there. Aj Joshi compares hard work and success to building and riding a train. People will wish and complain about what they don’t have but won’t put in the work to get it.