This week from My Life Sherpa : All Out  

We have to give it our best. 

Every time we choose to do less than we could, or less than we should, we hurt our self-confidence.    It’s its subtlety that makes this thing called life so dangerous. We don’t even know when we are hurting ourselves! So, we continue to do less than our best.  Instant pleasure in exchange for little pain later.  

What seems like a little harmless decision in the present, can come with a large cumulative effect.  Repeated every day, we can soon find ourselves not just doing less each day, we can find ourselves actually becoming less each day.  Having low self-confidence, or being insecure, is like being fat.  We don’t see ourselves getting fatter each day right? We just wake up one day and we are fat!  

On the other side, every time we choose labor over rest, or action over chillin’, we develop an increasing sense of self-worth. As we give it our best, even if the results are not good, we grow. We feel happy.  Why? Because it really doesn’t matter what others know what we did, at the end of the day its what we know we did.  We have to do the work.  There’s no choice. 

To become the master we must be the servant.

Go all out.  Always. matt

Klarity Lifestyle Company

Simple Living for Complex People 

Matt Miller
Author: Matt Miller

Matt Miller has done many things in his young addition to just surviving. In 2002, Matt left behind person he once was as his life was suddenly changed forever by a horrendous mountain climbing accident. Diving for his falling father, Matt fell over 4,000 feet before miraculously stopping just short of the ragid cliffs. Through a night of survival and pain, Matt persevered but lost most of his fingers and toes as a result from frostbite. Matt does everything from public speaking, one-on-one consulting, firm strategy, as well as company retreat facilitation. With a seasoned investment background and passion for educating the investment world, Matt also can't resist sharing his comments from time to time on markets. Matt is also an avid runner, successfully completing over 10 marathons without his toes! He is 38 and resides in Phoenix, Arizona.

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