Your brain is the biggest obstacle. - Deepstash

Your brain is the biggest obstacle.

There are lazy people, slackers, and folks who don’t step up, but generally, human beings are hardwired to hang in, not to leave or quit. 

What’s hard for human beings is letting go. 

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