be the hero in every hours of your life.

Be The Hero In Every Hours of Your Life.

  • You have to be the HERO OF your own story. And you can do it 90 of it is just showing up. Get there and start studying. You’re not going to feel perfect every day. There’s gonna be days that you just have to push through. And they can be even more numerous than the days you don’t. And so the benefit of discipline has always been that through discipline. You get things done you get more things done than the next person .you can get more exam preparation done than the next person. Therefore you get better grades than the next person. If you have ambitions if you have dreams.
  • Then your actions have to match those. Too many people have dreams of becoming a world-renowned lawyer or doctor or engineer and they dream of having a big house. And a fast car and being able to provide for their family. But they come home from school and what do they do? What’s the first thing that they do? They pick up the TV remote. And they turn the tv on and straight away that’s two hours wasted. Two hours every day wasted. Just sat in front of the tv watching mind-numbing tv shows. That’s 14 hours a week, 60 hours a month 730 hours a year.

productive hours of your life.

  •  So what are you doing the minute you wake up in the morning to the minute your head hits the pillow at night. How many hours in between do you spend doing things that just don’t matter. Things that don’t bring you closer to your dreams and ambitions. And I’m not saying that you shouldn’t have any time off. I’m saying that your dreams need to match your actions. If you want to be in the top 10 % of the field that you’re going into then one day a week wouldn’t be unreasonable. Providing that the other six days you’re going all out.
  •  Now if you want to be in the top one percent in your profession then you need to sacrifice your weekends. You sacrifice going out with your friends. You sacrifice the tv and the downtime. And you study. You study hard. You’ve got to keep putting in the study time every day. One hour is better than zero two hours are better than one. There’s no quick fix. There is no easy road. You need to study hard and be patient.
  • Those two things the long game you’re going to play. And if you’re serious about becoming the best doctor or the best surgeon or the best whatever it is. It’s a game you’ll be playing for the rest of your life. You don’t stop studying even when you’ve graduated and you’re 50 years old. You will still be studying the world is always evolving and you need to stay updated and so studying should be integrated into your daily life in the same way that eating and breathing.
  •  There’s no other way around it and you will have bad days. There will be days where you have no idea what your professor is talking about. There will be days where the book you’re reading might as well be in another language. But I guarantee, if you’re driven and focused enough. You’ll find a way, ask questions or read books about it. You’ll research it. And eventually, you’ll understand it. But if you settle for mediocrity then you’re setting yourself up to fail. And that is simply not an option. You’re capable of more than that.
  • You’re worth more than that. Everybody’s got a dream everybody’s got a goal. But how are you going to get there? What’s the plan. You gotta have a plan. Don’t go to bed without a plan of how you’re going to handle the next day. You have to work at it every day.
  •  Success is never an accident. It’s from having a plan and executing the plan every day. If you do the studying and you go after it for long enough. You will get the grades you’re aiming for. That’s all it is. There is no shortcut. There is no easy road to get good grades and being the best version of yourself possible. It will not happen by cutting corners or taking shortcuts or looking for the easy way.
  •  There is no easy way. There’s only hard work early nights, early mornings hard work. Studying, preparing stress, frustration, discipline, and repeat. You need to have discipline. It will drive you to study. When you don’t feel like studying, discipline defeats the infinite excuses that force procrastination upon us.

utilize each and every hours.

  • In the words of “Eric Thomas” there’s power inconsistency. There’s power in doing something over and over and over again. There’s power in studying over and over and over again. But your problem is you’re going all out Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 10 a.m to 12, one to five, and you’re starting and stopping and starting and stopping.
  • I challenge you, I challenge you to fill in the gaps, I challenge you to go all out Monday to Sunday. To challenge you to go from average to good and good to great. This 24 hour belongs to you. Whatever you do in these 24 hours will determine who you will eventually become. And that’s what you need to focus on. Stop thinking about wanting to become a millionaire or buying a supercar or buying a huge mansion.
  •  You need to start focusing on what you’re going to be doing in the next 24 hours. That will help you get where you want to be. You have 24 hours and in those 24 hours, you can either break your life or make your life.
  • ‘less brown’ once said “you’re going to hit a wall and that wall shocks some people. That wall discourages some people. That wall stuns some people. It’s painful hitting that wall but some people hitting that wall. Refuse to be denied this person comes back anyway again and again and again. And if you keep on hitting that wall here’s what happens to you. You will have an incredible breakthrough and it’s as if the universe says let’s help him out.” Come on I admire that kind of tenacity.
  • Let’s give him a hand this person doesn’t care about the pain because this person knows something there’s no gain without pain. You can come out defeated and giving up on your dreams or you can come out with excitement and looking forward to the new opportunities in front of you .so discipline yourself greatness does not happen easily the costs are huge it means battling these negative thoughts daily. It means fighting procrastination. Ignoring it pushing it to the back of your mind.
  • Do what you have to do to eliminate procrastination. Do what you have to do to smash it to the ground. Because it’s trying to drag you down and keep you away from greatness. Being great is going to make sacrifices. It’s going to take time, energy. And It’s a constant battle of going the extra mile. Doing things that other people are not prepared to do. Putting in the hours that other people are not prepared to put in. Waking up before other people are willing to wake up.
  • Preparing for exams before anyone else in your class is willing to start preparing. It’s not an easy journey that’s why there are not many people who achieve greatness. Because by its very nature only the top one percent can reach it. Because only one percent are willing to pay the price. Only one percent have the attitude of a winner. Only one percent are willing to do whatever it takes. They do not take the easy way out you need to train that instinct to study when you’re tired.
  • To study when you’re bored. To study when you want to relax. Of course, get eight hours of sleep a day. Eat well, exercise, socialize, your mental and physical health should always be your priority. In the long term, you need your mental and physical health to reach greatness. So do not ignore it. Short term and long term, make it a priority. But don’t use that as an excuse to be lazy.
  •  Study in silence, let your success make the noise. Your success isn’t recognized when you’re studying until the early hours of the morning. It’s not recognized when you’re the first person walking into the library at seven in the morning. Your success isn’t recognized when you’re hustling every day behind closed doors. Yet this is where your success is made. It’s during the daily habits and routine. When you’re putting in the discipline and building your work ethic daily and applying these skills consistently, this is what will push you to the next level.
  • It’s the discipline that you cultivate in the lonely nights of studying in the early mornings to have the results. You’ve got to be willing to do what everyone else is not willing to do.
  •  You have to go places where everyone else is not willing to go. If you look at the all-time greats throughout history. The top is 0.1 the true leaders. The titans. Look at what they do. They don’t seek short-term pleasure in everything they do. That’s what the 99 percent do the top is 0.1 % do the opposite. Because they understand that if you want to have a great life look at what the 99% do and do the opposite.


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