“A man who is contented with what he has done will never become famous for what he will do.” ~Nicholas Boleau
Contentment conserves energy. After you have done the best that you could, soared high to the summit, and made your mark of achievement you deserve the right to say, “I am content” and really mean it.
But, when you falsely say that you are content, knowing this is an act of deception that keeps you in a life holding pattern, you then created a myriad of other obstacles. The truth will torment you. Excuses, blaming, envy, stress, unfinished business becomes the escapism that result from pseudo-contentment.
You cannot fool mother life.
You can experience peaceful contentment by living authentically. Release pretension. Forgo the vanity of faking it; have the courage to be yourself and love yourself.
Opportunity Step: Only say yes when you really want to today.
(This is an excerpt from the book, Climb Every Obstacle: Eliminate Your Limits! Buy your copy now for the rest of the story.)