Ross Reck: It’s The Roughest Road That Usually Leads To The Top

//Ross Reck: It’s The Roughest Road That Usually Leads To The Top

Ross Reck: It’s The Roughest Road That Usually Leads To The Top

Rough Road

Rough road?

The Roughest Road

It’s the roughest road that usually leads to the top.  Why?  Because it’s loaded with new challenges and experiences that enable you to learn, grow and expand your comfort zone.  Successful people understand this, which is why they rarely take  the easy way out of any challenging situation.  They know that the rough road will require more effort and involve a bit more stress.  They also know that they’ll come out of the experience a more confident and effective person.

So the next time you’re faced with a challenging situation, remember the following cause and effect sequence:  The rougher the road, the quicker you learn, the more confident you become and the faster you’ll achieve the success you’re looking for. – Ross Reck


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2017-09-28T15:39:25+00:00 September 28th, 2017|Reck, Ross; Dr.|0 Comments

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