It really is a tale as old as time: we do the evil we wish to avoid, and we avoid the good we wish to do.
Why, for instance, don’t we keep New Year’s resolutions?
We know they’re good for us. We know our lives would be better if we kept them. And yet most people have abandoned them by week two.
What is going on?
For some reason, it’s very hard to discipline ourselves. When something gets tiresome, or when we hit a snag, we give up.
To have the life you truly want, you have to overcome this problem somehow. You have to fight against part of your nature.
Well, here’s how my cream of the crop has been doing it.
We meet in small groups of 10 to 15 people, once a week.
We each discuss our present situation, our challenges and obstacles, we receive feedback and advice, and we set a reachable goal for the following week.
This keeps us moving forward. We have an achievable goal each week, and we’d rather not tell our peers we didn’t do it.
Thanks to these groups, people have built or grown businesses, published books, lost weight, you name it. And if you don’t like the themes of our groups — mostly entrepreneurship and fitness at the moment — you can create a group dedicated to any theme you like.
It’s been life-changing.
And it’s one of about a gazillion other benefits of being a member of the Tom Woods School of Life, which is open for an extremely brief window and then closes again.
It’s so easy to become aimless and demoralized and frustrated.
In our groups, you’ll be confident, encouraged, and productive, and closer than ever to the life you want.
Join us here: https://www.TomSchoolOfLife.com