25 HOURS A DAY - Going One More to Get What You Want

Going One More to Get What You Want
1. Embrace the suck
2. Remember if it were easy ...
3. Survive the tough times
4. Become a learning machine
5. Deep six entitlement
6. Go all-in or go home
7. Win the day back
8. Go one more
This is a military term for developing the ability to gut out the tough times (of which there will be many). If you can find happiness and fulfillment during challenging times, that attitude will serve you well.
Whenever you're knee deep in a challenge, remind yourself if it were easy, anyone could do it. Never lose sight of that fact. It will motivate you to keep going and survive the hard times.
The only way to survive the tough challenges is to clear your head of distractions, and then over-commit and obsess on your goals. It really is a matter of willpower. It also helps to remind yourself tough challenges make everything else look easy.
Learning will be at the core of everything you do and achieve in the future. Whatever else you try and do, turn yourself into a learning machine. It's absolutely the only way to get ahead and succeed.
It's dangerous to feel like you're entitled to something. Forget about that. It's toxic. Instead, have the mindset you're going to work and struggle for everything you ever get. That's far closer to the truth.
If you want to succeed at anything, you have to go all-in. The only wayto create something special is to utterly, totally, and completely commit 100 percent to what you're doing. Go all-in or go home.
Winning the day back means you have the mindset that you figuratively start each day behind on the scorecard. Your immediate challenge is to pack as many achievements into today as you possibly can. Win the day back each and every day and you won't have to worry about what the future holds.
Going one more means to never be satisfied with what you've done in the past. You should always keep pushing onwards and upwards, no matter what. Go one more in whatever it takes to get one step closer to your goals.
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