Must And Should: The Little Difference

Breaking habits is tough, no doubt!

But still some people are better at it than others. Some people reach a dead-end in their life, with their back against the wall and they feel like there is no other way around other than changing some key elements in their life. This is when they transform. Small people begin to shine, shy people express themselves to the fullest, poor people reach enormous wealth.

Magical stuff happens.

But the only reason ANY person undergoes the painful process of transformation was because whatever they wanted out of life turned into a MUST for them.

People tend to talk a lot about stuff they SHOULD do and have. But little people know their musts. For a lot of people honesty is a should, but very few people feel like honest and authentic communication is a must for them.

Some people feel like they should work out more and get in shape or lose some weight, but very few have put this as must in their life. You identify a must in your life by the simple fact that you have taken some action towards this desire. A must is something you just do. There are no excuses.

What Is A Must For You? – The “Subtle” Difference Between A Must And A Should

If somebody puts a gun to your head and tells you to workout everyday for at least 30 minutes or he will kill you, this is not an option anymore.

You will just do that darn workout! This is how having a real must in your life feels to a person committed to something.

There is no way around it!

What is a real must for you in your life?

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