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One of the most powerful things I’ve ever learned is the difference between “wanting to” and “wanting to want to”.

Sometimes, I don’t want to work out, write, cook, clean, or make that important phone call. I might say, “I want to go work out” or “I want to call them”, but I don’t. I want to want to.

There are a lot of important conclusions that could be drawn from this.

  1. First, we need to be honest about ourselves about what we really want.
  2. Second, sometimes we need to do things that we don’t want to do.
  3. And third… sometimes we need to let go of things we only think we want.

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