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Marshall Goldsmith
“What got you here won’t get you there.”

MARSHALL GOLDSMITH

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  • Doing a light amount of work is a great way to reduce the pain of difficult sessions.
  • The amount of work that you need to do to reach your maximum level of output is higher than what you are doing now.
  • Deliberate practice is critical to long-term success. Doing the same type of work over and over again is a strange form of laziness.

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... over and over again, even if it worked for a long time, will eventually lead to a plateau. 

If nothing changes, nothing is going to change.

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  • When you haven't done much strength training, doing 30 pushups will make you stronger. But after a few months, an extra of 30 pushups isn't really building new muscle.
  • When you drink coffee for the first time, you notice an immediate caffeine spike. But after years of consumption, one cup of coffee seems to make less of a difference.

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The more you repeat a behavior, the less it impacts you because you become accustomed to it.

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