If for 10 years if you didn't avoid doing what you knew you needed to do, what would you be like? What would happen if you just stopped wasting the opportunities that are in front of you? You'd be who knows how more efficient, 10 times more efficient, 20 times more efficient. You have no idea how efficient efficient people get. It's completely off the charts. I need you to confront you. I need you to confront you because you the one holding you up. I need you to confront you. I need you to look in the mirror and tell you, you are not gonna do me like this no more. You're not gonna keep procrastinating. You're not gonna keep thinking like that, I need you, you're not. You're not gonna continue to sabotage me, you're not. I get frustrated with humans when somebody's late and they upset, I get frustrated with humans when somebody borrows money from you and they don't pay it back and you upset, I get upset with humans when you go out to eat and they don't bring your food out the way you want your food out, and you are so upset and you let them have it but then you disappoint you and you don't let you have it. You give you a pass. You give you a pass. You're not where you're supposed to be financially and you gave yourself a pass. You know you better than that. You know you should be further in life. But you keep letting you slide. It's time you punish you. You need to tell you no more TV, no more snacks, no more desserts, no more, no, we working out now. No more alcohol, not right now. No I can't handle it right now. You need to tell you that you owe you something. Hold you accountable and don't let you off the hook. I want you to challenge you this year to do something you've never done before, to have something you've never had before. Any goal that you wanna achieve that's worthwhile in your life, require all in effort. Every moment, every minute, every hour, every day, every week, every month, every f*cking year, for as long as it f*cking takes for you to get where you're going, you should be consumed with that path. What you do at night matters. What you do in the morning matters. What you do when your friends are out drinking matters. What you do on Saturday matters. What you do on Sunday matters. The success clock doesn't give a f*ck what day it is, it's gonna run no matter what, and you guys pretend like you can work 7, 8, 10 hours a day and then spend the rest of your time d*ckin' off and you think you're gonna be somewhere, and you're not. You have to dedicate every f*cking breath, every f*cking ounce of energy, and every f*cking thought and effort that you possibly have in your heart to becoming what it is you wanna be. Because nothing great comes from a position of comfort. Everything worthwhile, everything that is great, comes from being in a position of uncomfortable. Nothing worthwhile is easy to get. Everything's gonna make you uncomfortable, get f*cking used to it. And if you can get used to being uncomfortable, your f*cking limits are nonexistent.