This is the information age. Anything you want to learn how to do, you can.
If you want to ride a bike, there’s a 26 step process for doing it right here.
Yet every day, people look at the steps of what they want to do and say “no.”
Those who want to go for an early morning run sleep in, instead.
They say they’ll write 1000 words but end up watching television.
They decide that they can have one last one (no matter what that is).
And you are one of these people. We all are. Why?
This leaves one of two options:
ONE. The information is right. The steps are right there in front of you. You just aren’t doing them. This is simply a willpower issue. Point final.
TWO. Part of the equation is missing. It’s about more than the information. Some of the steps are missing; not just from riding a bike, but everywhere. There is a big X in the equation, an unknown– maybe several of them– and they are stopping you, me, and everyone.
Which is it?
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