ot by…, you’d make the decision to have it. Instead, you’re opting for something either lesser or easier. As Robert Brault has said, “We are kept from our goals, not by obstacles, but by a clearer path to a lesser goal.”
Benjamin Hardy, PhD
I feel part of this is our fault obsession with having things right now. We expect things to happen in the blink of an eye and, if it takes immense work, we shutter inside and conclude it’s too hard.
Starts with the mind, as you said.