Everything you’re about to do today will prepare you for tomorrow.
All the words you’re writing, all the thoughts you’re thinking, all the problems you’re working through, you’re doing all this hard work because today is training day. And so is tomorrow, and the next day, and even the day after that.
What you work on matters more than how hard you work. You could work hard your whole life and never discover who you really are. I’ll say it again because it’s so important. What you work on matters more than how hard you work.
Your brain is like a class taught by one teacher for only one student.
Your experiences are the teacher. The student is the way you respond to your experiences.
Will you be the student who shows up early and prepared? Or will you be the student who comes late to class everyday?
Will you be the teacher who gives the student a bunch of fun projects to work on? Or will you be the teacher who assigns the student a bunch of boring paperwork?
How you teach, and to whom you teach, matters more than what you teach.