Change is not made without inconvenience, even from worse to better. — Richard Hooker
One of the most difficult things about success is the inconvenience. We don’t want to wake up early and leave our warm beds to go on run in the cold. We don’t want to eat vegetables and diet when there are so many fast and delicious foods available. Saving money can be tough when there are so many cool products and services that promise to make your life better. You get the point. Success is difficult and it’s an inconvenience. If it wasn’t, everyone would be successful. People like consistent and familiar settings, but success often requires us to change by stepping outside of our comfort zones and doing something that we aren’t used to. Stepping outside of our comfort zone and embracing change? It’s difficult, I know.