The Hard Way is the Easy Way | Scott H Young
The hard way forces you to ask if you are willing to put in the effort to do it.
Sometimes the answer is no. The cost is too high, or other obligations take priority. No is a valid answer. Better to say no now, and not let it eat away at your resolve. But if your answer is yes, you know how to do it.
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