7 Shortcuts You Will Regret Taking in Life ...


There are some shortcuts you will regret taking in life because as you know, “there is no shortcut to anywhere worth going”.

In order to succeed, you must be prepared to work hard and to have a lot of patience, because the results of all your efforts won’t show overnight.

There’s no substitute for hard work and behind every success story lies a lot of sacrifice and determination.

There will always be different obstacles in your path, some a bit easier, other a bit more difficult to overcome, yet you will manage to get to where you want and reach all your goals if you are completely dedicated to reaching your objective, because just like Albert Einstein said: “Genius is 1% talent and 99% effort”.2

So, just read on and find out what are those shortcuts you will regret taking in life:

1. Leaving Everything to Chance

In my opinion, one of the most important shortcuts you will regret taking in life is precisely your willingness to leave everything to chance.

Take control of your life because you are responsible for your actions!

If you completely dedicate yourself to reach a certain goal, then you will definitely fulfill all your dreams.

Make a plan and stick to it!

Discover what you want and work really hard towards achieving your goals.

Don’t leave everything to chance!

You’ll be surprised how much you can accomplish if you put your mind to it.

2. Taking the Easiest Route Possible

Life can be hard sometimes, yet you shouldn’t lose hope and give up, because you never know what might happen or how things might change if you work hard enough and if you are willing to make some sacrifices in order to reach your objectives.

Don’t take the easiest route possible just because it seems a bit more convenient at the time!

Facing different challenges is never easy but learn to think of them as ways to help you become the best at what you do.

Just like Marc Chernoff said “an arrow can only be shot by pulling it backwards, and such is life”.

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