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The Problem with Comfortable

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The Problem with Comfortable

July 25, 2014 by takethestairs


You say you want more.

You say you want better.

But you are lying to yourself.

The fact of the matter is you are perfectly comfortable where you are at right now.

If you wanted more then you would be doing something different to get it.

But you’re not.

You’re choosing to be comfortable. You’re choosing to do what you’re used to doing.

And then you carry a litany of reasons of why you’re version of “more” never worked out.

But the real reason you never achieved you’re version of “more” isn’t because of any of those things.

The real reason is because you didn’t want to change your method. You didn’t want to work harder. You didn’t want to get uncomfortable and do something different.

You say you want more money but you still spend money on stupid things.

You say you want to be in better shape but you eat whatever is most convenient.

You say you want to be more successful but you continue to put in mediocre effort.

The truth is that you don’t really want “better” as much as you want “comfortable.”

If you really wanted something different you would do something different. You would become something different.

I’m not mad at you.

I just want to shoot you straight and give you the truth. And frankly I’m fine if it makes you a bit…

Uncomfortable.




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  • CHRISTINEBWD
    emoticon That makes perfect sense to me!
    2351 days ago
  • MARYBETH4884
    So many of us have been there!! This journey. if done correctly and patiently will take us somewhere else much better!!
    2351 days ago
  • PINKEUROGIRL
    You can do it . Just take that first step
    2352 days ago
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