If you want to become significantly better at anything, you have to fall in love with the process of doing it. You have to fall in love with building the identity of someone who does the work, rather than merely dreaming about the results that you want.
In other words; Fall in love with boredom. Fall in love with repetition and practice. Fall in love with the process of what you and let the results take care of themselves.
(This video got nothing to do with the post above. We live in a world of such woke dumbfucks. One word for this mindset; DISGUSTING. Ask a scientist whether we are ready for a world of fully renewable energy, the answer is NO. Yes science has made progress, but you can still go more miles with a tank of gas compared to a fully charged electric vehicle. We need more research & more time. Such dumbfucks are just slowing down the process while causing immense financial damage.)
So I just found one of the most shocking and weirdest experiments and I have to share it with you. Let me explain, in 1950 Dr. Curt Richer did a series of experiments using water buckets and rats. The first experiment richer put the rats in the buckets and fill them half way with water, although rats are good swimmers they drowned after about 15 minutes. In the second experiment richer repeated the same process and just when the rats were about to give up, the researchers took them out of the bucket, dry them off and let them rest for a few minutes. They put them back in the bucket for the second round on the second try.
How long do you think the rats lasted? Another 15 minutes or 10-5 minutes? They lasted 60 hours because the rats believe that eventually someone would rescue them. They use all their energy to keep swimming and avoid death. If HOPE got rats to swim for 60 hours, imagine the affects your beliefs have on yourself. Capacity is merely a state of mind. And faith can actually move mountains. HOPE is the key.