Too Much Grit to Quit

## Things from me (and someone else) to THINK about

“When you do hard things, you are training yourself to accomplish great things.”


“People who say it cannot be done should not interrupt those who are doing it.” // George Bernard Shaw



## A story to BE moved by


A thirsty crow flew around a village in search of water. He looked for it near and far, but he failed to find water anywhere. After hours and hours of tirelessly searching, he finally found some water in a pitcher. However, the water level was too low and his beak couldn’t reach the water.


He tried to push the pitcher down, but the vessel was far too heavy for that. The crow was very disappointed. He was contemplating giving up and flying elsewhere in search of water. Just then, he spotted a few pebbles lying around and an idea struck him! He collected a pebble and dropped it into the vessel. Then, another and another.


He kept repeating this process until the water had risen to a level from which he could drink the water. The crow drank the water from the brim and flew home happy and satisfied.



## Something to DO right now


Most of us heard the saying “where there’s a will there’s a way” growing up. One of the first great questions that you can ask is: “What do I want?” It is important that we can clearly define what we want out of life.


But there’s a second question that is mort important: “What kind of price am I willing to pay for what I want?”


So, what do you want? And what kind of price are you willing to pay for what you want?


The action step for today is simple. Decide one area of your life that you are willing to pay the price and go pay it!


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