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Man can be defeated but not destroyed.
-- Ernest Hemingway


Thursday, December 13, 2007

Not that difficult

It’s not that difficult to be disciplined. It’s just a matter of choosing to be, again and again.

It’s not that difficult to avoid destructive habits. In fact, all you really must do is nothing.

It’s not that difficult to take positive, productive action. You simply choose to put yourself into motion.

Success is not that difficult. It’s mainly a matter of doing it, and you’re completely capable of doing whatever is necessary.

Your willingness is the most important factor. And willingness comes when you connect to a solid, meaningful reason why.

Discipline, integrity and effective action are tools that you can use at any time and in any situation to achieve valuable results. Follow a purpose that is truly yours, and it’s not that difficult at all.

— Ralph Marston

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