A lot of people in this world, search endlessly for some kind of complex, magical formula to understand why some people are successful, and other are not. It really just boils down to this concept of productivity.
That you're going to apply the most amount of effort to the best of your ability in the allotted time that you have.
All successful people realize that time is the most precise commodity out there. It was the one thing that you can't buy or ever buy back. So these successful people realize that they have an allotted time to perform a given task so that they have to give it their absolute all to doing that task.
Going through the motions is the most disadvantageous thing that you can do.
Often when you do something wrong the first time, you have to go back and do it rig the second time. If you did it right the first time, you never have to go back and do it again.All successful people realize that.
They're going to give it their absolute all and put in their heart and soul in any task that they do.
No matter how small or large that it is. That they are going to be the best person that they can be while they are doing it. that they're going to do it right. The major difference is that the successful people do every single task right while the people that are not successful do it wrong.
You can look at the professional body builders. Jay Cutler, Ronnie Coleman, Dexter Jackson, Flex Wheeler, Sean Ray, Dorian Yates, Arnold Schwarzenegger. These guys are the best in their sport.
A lot of people just disregard it as they had the genetics to be there or say they played the steroid card and cheated to get to where they were. What a lot of people don't realize is that these people gave it their heart and their soul throughout every single rep, throughout every single gym session, every single day, for weeks, months, years, decades to get to where they were.
That they weren't just going through the motions, but they were going to break through all mental barriers to get to where they wanted to be.
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