Who you are now is who you’ll be in 10 years

“If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you always got.” – Anthony Robbins

Unless something major happens between now and 10 years from now, the person you are now will be very similar (if not identical) to the type of person you’ll be 10 years from now. If you’re not a risk taker, then there’s no reason you won’t be one 10 years from now. If you’re not entrepreneurial, then why will you be in 10 years from now?

If you’re not willing to constantly be in a state of pushing yourself to do more and learn more, then you’ve already reached your limit. So my theory is this: unless you change something about yourself now, you’ll never change.

To get something you never had, you have to do something you never did.

Inspired from Jared’s blog post.

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