When you finally decide to do something about it
Have you ever experienced this?
There's some issue in your life—whether it's business or health or relationships or something else—that's been bothering you for a while.
And you've tried.
You've tried this, that, and the other thing.
But then one day you wake up, and you just decide.
I'm done with this.
I'm going to tackle this once and for all.
And then you do.
You read books. Take courses. Research on the internet.
You implement not one, not two, but eight different things.
You attack that sucker from all angles.
And lo and behold, you get it fixed.
Taken care of.
You never have to revisit that problem again.
If it ever comes back up, you know exactly what to do to fix it.
That's how you do it.
That's how you take care of it.
Anything you truly want to accomplish, you can.
But only if you're fully committed.
Don't complain. Don't wish. Don't half-ass it.
When you decide it's time, go all-in, and nail that sucker.
Then you can move on.
Until you're ready to do that, better to just accept things as they are and enjoy life.
Does this resonate?