Don’t Confuse the Battles With the War

September 03, 2020 1 min read

Andy drawn as Sparta

Whenever I ask people “Do you want to succeed in life?”…

A loud and clear “YES” always fills up the room.

But the real answer comes out when the person in the mirror is staring right back at them…

Deep into their soul…

The real deciding factors of your success depend on those silent hours in the night…

When no one is watching.

You always say you are ALL IN…

You always say you are ready to fight the war…

But are you really willing to fight the war every single day?

Or are you just showing up and doing the bare minimum?

That’s why most people stay “most people.”

If you want to win big in life...

Don’t confuse the small “battles” with the war.

You might win one or two battles here and there…

But the war is won through the long-term habit of winning the daily battles with yourself.

Everyone wins once or twice.

Don’t be a one-hit wonder.

Win every single day.

And yes, Saturdays and Sundays count too.

Only when you take every day as an opportunity to sharpen your skills…

And attack it with a vengeance…

And win…

Then you can develop a habit of winning consistently…

Regardless of the conditions…

And win the war.



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