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  • Writer's pictureDillan Taylor


Perhaps it’s my competitive nature which makes me want to be really good at whatever I’m doing. In the past however, this desire led me to quitting things after the first sign of heavy resistance. I’ve since acquired the skill of pushing through resistance head-on to get to the level I want to be.

Most of what we want can be achieved. The issue is that it takes long periods of discomfort and stretching ourselves to get there. So most of us quit.

For a literal example: If you have one intense stretching session, you won’t be able to do a split afterward. You could though, if you instead did a 10-minute stretching session everyday for a year.

Play the long game. Battle resistance everyday. It doesn’t go away.


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