4#. Be committed for long period. - Deepstash
4#. Be committed for long period.

4#. Be committed for long period.

When we hit any troubles, we usually have emotional of quiting things what you want to achieve because of this bumb into your life. You think that it lose your progress then you just stop growing. Know that there is always upside down. You need to get up always when hitting you to get down. Don't give up, it takes time. Anything worth doing takes longer time.

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2#. Be consistent

You need to effort consistently over time to improve faster to make great changes.

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6#. Be willing to pay the price.

When you get comfortable early becomes uncomfortable later, while uncomfortable early becomes comfortable later in every situation. Realize that the price you pay neglectly is always more than the price of taking action towards your goals. Invest for your future!

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1# show up

When you start to work on Ur goals, give your efforts a little instead of quiting. It will give a progress for your future from 0 to 50% to get 100% of your goals. You must take first step.

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3#. Have a Good attitude

Having a good attitude changes your life in positive way, because it can overcome all negative and turn bad things into good one. So focus on what you can control which can prepare from your future troubles.

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5#. Have faith and burning desire.

Always keeps your why behind yours. Because asking why gives motivation to get things done of your goals.

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