17 Books That Will Teach You How To Achieve Everything You Want
“We all say that we want to succeed, but sooner or later our level of activity must equal our level of intent. Talking about achievement is one thing; making it happen is something altogether different. Some people seems to take more joy in talking about success than they do in achieving it. It is as thought their ritualistic chant about someday lulls them into a false sense of security, and all the things they should be doing and could be doing on given day never seem to get done.
The consequences of this self-delusion have their own inevitable price. Sooner of later the day will arrive when they look back with regret at all those things they could have done, and meant to do, but left undone. That is why we must push ourselves in the present to experience the milder pain of discipline. We will all experience one pain or the other – the pain of discipline or the pain of regret – but the difference is that the pain of discipline weighs only ounces while the pain of regret weighs tons.” – Jim Rohn. (more…)