I'm spending my weekend working while the guys who ask how I got where I am are using the weekends to sit on their asses and watch football.
And they use "creating balance" as an excuse.
Achieving great things in life requires unwavering determination and unshakable resolve.
The notion of finding "balance" is often touted as the key to success, but it's a trap that holds many back from realizing their true potential.
The truth is balance is an excuse used by those who lack inspiration, drive, and purpose to justify their inaction and laziness.
The pursuit of balance is often viewed on a daily or weekly basis, with individuals seeking a divided workload and leisure time.
This is a limited and flawed perspective.
Successful individuals understand that real balance is measured over a lifetime, not just a single day.
If they invest all their energy, time, and dedication into their goals for the next 10-15 years, they'll eventually reach a point where they can live life on their own terms.
Committing 100% to your goals means that you're willing to work hard and make sacrifices now so you can reap the rewards later.
This requires putting in the effort every day, every week, and every month.
There's no room for distraction or procrastination.
If you're always searching for "work/life balance," you'll never be able to achieve your biggest dreams and goals.
Don't be misled by the notion of balance; instead, focus on committing yourself to excellence and building an amazing life that you don't have to escape from.
The satisfaction and fulfillment that come from realizing your full potential far outweigh any temporary sacrifices you may have to make.
And if anyone in your life tries to stop your or guilt you from working hard to create a life that's worth living, then they don't deserve to reap the rewards from that hard work.
They don't deserve a seat at your table.
Don't let the pursuit of balance hold you back from reaching your goals.
With relentless determination, you'll soon find that the life you desire is within reach.
If you do what is easy, your life will be hard. But if you do what is hard, your life will be easy.