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“Either you pay the price of discipline, or you pay the price of regret. Discipline weighs ounces, regret weighs tons.” -John Assaraf

Either you do what you need to do, you do the hard work, the work nobody else wants to do, or you regret it forever. Either you get serious and follow your dreams, goals, and passions, or you wish away your life regretting decisions. I am not going to sit here and tell you life is short, because I am pretty sure we all know that. It is all up to you to get serious about what you want in life, whether its finding happiness, or being a millionaire, and make it happen.

The biggest fear in life should not be fear itself. The biggest fear in life should be letting life slip through your fingers with out ever challenging yourself, without ever testing and seeing what you are made of, to let your dreams never become reality. The biggest fear should be the realization at the end of your life that you didn’t become what you wanted. Your life could end with the happiness and realization you did what you wanted while you were here, or you can end your life in anxiety, restlessness that you didn’t become what you were capable of.

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Verge of Greatness

“Feeling scared shouldn’t deter us from our path. When your palms get sweaty, legs begin to shake and you are scared of what might happen, all that means is you are on the verge of greatness.” – Brenden Martin

The biggest enemy we have is feeling scared or frightful and discontinuing on our path. Whatever path it may be, you have to continue reaching for it. If everyone quit when they felt scared, nothing great would ever be accomplished. Change the way you see fear as something that should motivate you to move forward, rather than scare you into quitting.

Challenge of the Week

Whenever you feel fear, replace it with confidence. In whatever task you have this week that you begin to feel scared about, change your thoughts and walk confidently forward with only thoughts of success.