Things hard for thought
But you wear layers, you keep moving, and you make sure to find a job for the extremities that tend to go numb first.
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Worst of all for the surveyor, the ground is about as soft as a brick. Wooden stakes shatter when you try to hammer them in.
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So we must always first pound in an iron bar to make a hole. It takes several great, two-handed swings with a ten-pound sledgehammer to make any progress, which means someone else has to crouch down and hold the bar for the hammer guy. It becomes a cogent exercise in trust. A miss could be disastrous for the wrist-bones of the holder, but the hammer needs to be swung hard, and we have to do this thousands of times.
Being the hammerer is actually scarier than being the holder — I would rather get hit with a sledgehammer than hit someone. After working a few weeks with a particular partner, a person gets less nervous and it feels a whole lot safer.
The upside to swinging the sledge is that you stay warm. The whole process — working in bitter cold, and fighting such a hard physical battle for every stake — was always draining mentally, even when I was just thinking about having to do it the next day. I hated that I had to do it. Most of us have regular appointments with little things that always feel hard, usually a certain necessary part of your job or your personal commitments.
Talking to a particular manager. Performing a particular exercise in your workout. Cleaning the pots under the stove elements. Impending hard parts preoccupy us, which creates a draining effect on the easy parts. What makes something hard is your emotional relationship to it, not what the thing actually is.
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The more you encounter something, the less intimidating it gets. Your emotional relationship changes. It has become easy. The beginning is always the hardest. Life rewards those who work hard at it. Consistent hard work leads to success. One home run is much better than two doubles. That is when these inspirational quotes about hard work from achievers, doers, athletes, stars, entrepreneurs, authors and our heroes mean the most.
The authors of these quotes have been there and done it. They have achieved the success in their lives from the hard work they have put in. Now they are just about sharing their thoughts and quotes with others trying to instill the principles they learned with time and dedication onto a new generation. I'm grateful for life. And I live it - I believe life loves the lover of it. It's about character and integrity and work ethic. Apply yourself at whatever you do, whether you're a janitor or taking your first summer job, because that work ethic will be reflected in everything you do in life.
The only way to build a strong work ethic is getting your hands dirty. So I try to keep my life as balanced as possible to keep my sanity. There is just something so powerful about being able to do whatever it takes to get the success you desire.
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Sometimes is as much about how smart you work, as how hard you work. If you want to get a better idea on What you could be doing to get the success you desire check out what 43 experts have to say. And that is why I succeed. Failure and rejection are only the first step to succeeding.
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They quit on the one yard line. They give up at the last minute of the game one foot from the winning touchdown. How much you can take and keep moving forward. You are playing yourself, your own highest standards, and when you reach your limits, that is real joy. Those who make it happen, those who watch it happen, and those who wonder what happened.
As long as the mind can envision the fact that you can do something, you can do it, as long as you really believe percent. You may need to forgive yourself as much as anyone else. Much of our disappointments stem from a false sense of control. When we can understand and accept that there is far less under our control than we probably wish, it becomes easier to own what little we can control. Real and honest conversation with your spouse about your disappointments and theirs can revolutionize your marriage…but it must be done without blaming them.
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