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hardest part

The cost-benefit of “doing the harder thing” shifts in the positive directions if we are steadfast in our commitment to enlarge our lives beyond what we think is even possible. The hardest part is usually at the beginning when the momentum works against us. It is only our commitment to question everything, even our unchallenged beliefs about ourselves that creates an opening to our greater selves. By relying on early views (mental models) we define what we know about ourselves as what is knowable about us, and as a consequence, limit ourselves beyond measure.