Here is a wonderful passage from Jim Rohn to start your week off right.
“Enterprise is always better than Ease.”
“Every time we choose to do less than we could, this error in judgement has an effect on our self-confidence. Repeated every day, we soon find ourselves not only doing less than we should, but also being less than we could. The accumulative effect of this error in judgement can be devastating.”
“Every time we choose action over ease or labor over rest, we develop an increasing level of self-worth, self-respect, and self-confidence.”
“Fortunately, it is easy to reverse the process. Any day we choose we can develop a new discipline of doing rather than neglecting. Every time we choose action over ease or labor over rest, we develop an increasing level of self-worth, self-respect, and self-confidence. In the final analysis, it is how we feel about ourselves that provides the greatest reward from any activity.It is not what we get that makes us valuable, it is what we become in the process of doing that brings value into our lives. It is activity that converts human dreams into human reality, and that conversion from idea into actuality gives us a personal value that can come from no other source.”
This comes from the book “The Five Major Pieces to the Life Puzzle.” It’s a little book that’s easy to read and full of thoughtful insights that are simple and fundamental and if acted upon can help you to be all you are designed to be.