Hard Work To Be Successful

What Is Hard Work

Hard work is any time you are doing something and you would rather be doing something else (Tom Hopkins).

That has become our mindset here at Simplified University. The title of the University tells this to be true. We believe people have made life way more complicated than it needs to be. And this is one of those topics that is actually hurting people (even if it isn’t being done on purpose).

If it is in a person’s thoughts and gut that it is “hard work” to reach success and therefore that would equal pain, doesn’t it mean that most will avoid it?

Tony Robbins pretty much summed it up this way, “People will do more to avoid pain than to gain pleasure”.

So without realizing it, we are running people away from the idea of success because it is too painful.

It is believed by those of us at Simplified University, that the conflict or bad teaching comes from people that are putting a lot of “time” into their craft. Because of the amount of time they are putting into their craft (they mistake time as hard work). If you enjoy what you are doing and you are having fun, than what makes it hard? Just because you get tired and there is effort involved?

To us, hard work is going to a place you don’t want to be. Working with people you don’t want to work with. Barely earning enough money to keep your head above water. And the worst part about it is believing you don’t have a choice (that is another video). Then continuing down this path for 30, 40 and 50 years. That is hard.

Life is too short to do anything that you are not passionate about.

Through this University and the things we are sharing, people will realize that when they take 100% responsibility for their thoughts and the stories they write, their “Reality is their Dream”.

If you are doing things you don’t want to do (which is hard), then it is time to start making the mental adjustments, which will create the physical freedom we are all looking for.

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