The Easy Way Out

While growing up, I always hear that people are always unsuccessful because they are always looking for the “easy way out”.

It turns out that their failures aren’t actually caused by their preference for the easy ways. After all, who in the right frame of mind would intentionally choose the harder way, when there’s an easier alternative available?

The best way is neither easier nor tedious. The best way is the necessary way.

Go ahead and look for the easiest way for your endeavors. But if more efforts are required, then you must always be ready to work a little harder.

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