UNDERLYING TRUTH

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Making a mistake doesn’t mean you’re wrong.

If you believe you should make more friends, and have a terrible experience at a party, it’s easy to believe that you shouldn’t talk to any more people.

If you injure yourself in the gym it’s easy to convince yourself that you shouldn’t be exercising.

But having a bad social experience doesn’t mean people are bad. And injuring yourself doesn’t mean working out is harmful.

You just need to change your workout routine and meet different people.

If you’re struggling with something and considering quitting make sure you don’t quit on the underlying belief you know is true. Just stop doing the thing that isn’t working and try something new within the same subject.


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This is also the difference between a reason and an excuse #mindset #mentalmodels #selfdevelopment #motivation

♬ original sound – Josh Terry