The Power of Doing Things You Hate

Mediocrity leads to an unfulfilled life. If we dare to get out of our comfort zone and try things which are difficult and uncomfortable, we could find ourselves looking back on these crucial moments as those which changed the course of our destiny.

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Difficulty

We all want to grow in life and become the best version of ourselves. But ask yourself for a second, how many people actually do this? How many people actually learn, grow and create new opportunities?

The sad thing is that not many do. A lot of times when we see difficulty or something which feels uncomfortable, we run as fast as we can away from it. It doesn’t feel right, and it makes one feel nervous. We fear failure, and lots of things go through our minds. The end result? We decline and walk away from the situation.

We have just missed out on a great occasion, something which could have answered the questions we currently hold.

However, if we were to change our mind-set towards this; if we were to dive into this difficulty, how much could one really learn and achieve?

It could be the start of something special…

Challenges

Dive in

My message to you in this short article is clear.

Dive in, go forth and boldly face the difficulty in front of you, if in doubt, do it!

Often when going into these endeavours, you will feel uncomfortable, everthing will be telling you to collapse and go back to your inner cave.

But do not.

Throw yourself of the edge of the mountain.

That’s the only way you’ll learn how to fly.

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Until next time, in Lakesh my companions, In Lakesh.

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