“In a world where information is abundant and easy to access, the real advantage is knowing where to focus.”
Patience implies waiting for things to improve on their own.
Persistence implies keeping your head down and continuing to work when things take longer than you expect.
“Win the moment in front of you right now.”
In today’s episode, Coach Steph Miramontes and I discuss:
- What is persistence? One decision at a time, shorten the gap between failure and your next best decision.
- Why persistence is better than patience alone.
- Why waiting for results won’t do shit, but working for them, failing, and sticking with it will.
- How to build the skill of being persistent.
- How persistence is your #1 skill in developing habits and seeing the pay off.
…and so much more! The truth is, appreciating how far you’ve come and how your changes will pay off for you in the future (compound interest). Simply put, it’s easier to persist when you’re surrounded by like-minded people and communities.
You benefit from being around others so that you can borrow their ideas and their brain to succeed.
The long road is actually the shortcut.
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