Aristotle was one of the world’s greatest philosophers, but it doesn’t take a great philosopher to learn from what they had to say. He once said, ‘We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit. ’
Isn’t it amazing how so many people try to find a band-aid solution to their problems when they could just adjust a few things in their lives so that they would never have the problem again? Let me explain:
Have you ever wanted something better in life, more excellent than what it currently is? I’m assuming your answer is yes, because I think everyone has wanted that at least once in their life. So then, why is it so hard to have or obtain the more excellent thing?
Most likely the answer is found in the words that Aristotle spoke. You are probably not repeatedly doing the things that are necessary to create excellence. Think about one habit that you are doing currently that is hindering you from reaching your goal. Then think of one habit that you should implement that will help you reach your goal.
Life will give you what you demand from it according to the words you speak and the actions that you take on a continual basis. Aristotle’s words are just as true today as they were 2000 years ago. You are what you repeatedly do. Therefore, if you don’t like who you are or the results that you are getting in your life then change what you are doing.
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