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Shortcuts Lead To A Long Road

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February 14, 2013 by eric echols

shortcutTaking shortcuts in life comes with a price. Sure, cutting corners may bring about short term gain but they always result in long term pain.

Hard work, sacrifice, and discipline all take time and effort to develop. There is no substitute for preparation and execution when it comes to accomplishing your goals and being successful.

“One of the most common obstacles to success is the desire to cut corners. But short cuts never pay off in the long run. If you find that you continually give in to your moods or impulses, then you need to change your approach to doing things. Cutting corners is really a sign of impatience and poor self-discipline. But if you are willing to follow through, you can achieve a breakthrough. The best method is to set up standards for yourself that require accountability. Any time you suffer a consequence for not following through, it helps you stay on track. Once you have your standards in place, work according to them, not your moods. That will get you going in the right direction. Self-discipline is a quality that is won through practice.”
Failing Forward by John Maxwell

 

 

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