is to want it more than anything else. Like Eric Thomas says, “When You Want To Succeed as Bad As You Want To Breathe, Then You’ll Be Successful.”
The difference between someone who’s massively successful vs someone who gets average results lies in their hunger. Success is a much higher priority to successful people than average people. They want it more, and that’s key.
Discipline and willpower are important, but they’re limited. This is an oversimplification, but once you’ve depleted your daily willpower energy you’re essentially on autopilot until you wake up the next morning.
This is where having success as your highest priority and wanting it more than anything else comes into play. For someone who’s truly dedicated to their success, taking massive action is the only option; it’s their autopilot. Inaction and failure aren’t.
There’s a lot of areas in my life I’m not yet putting in one-hundred percent, but one I’m completely dedicated to is my diet. My family can’t always afford organic food, but from what’s in my control I’m eating a nearly perfect diet. The two unhealthiest things I’ve eaten this month are Clif Bars, and two frozen Organic Bean Burritos.
I haven’t always been this way though. I used to down candy bars by the dozen, begging my mom for money every time we went to the store. The difference between then and now? My priorities.
Unhealthy food now disgusts me, and I’ve gotten to the point where eating healthy is actually easier than eating junk. I’ve gotten to the point where eating healthy is actually easier than eating junk.
You’ll never be successful at anything until you get your priorities straight. Taking massive action should never be the problem. The problem should be not taking action and watching everything you’ve ever wanted slip away.
The picture is of me juggling five rings during the month leading up to my Variety Show Performance.
Also featured in the picture is an awesome shirt I got from Eric’s store. Regardless of if you’re going to buy anything, check him out. As of now, he’s hands down the best motivational speaker in the game. Watch out though Eric, I’m coming for you.
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