The Price of Admission

discomfort

“Growth means risking failure. Expansion comes to those who invite discomfort. And the person you aspire to become waits on the other side of that thing you’re hiding from. Invest in experience. In that which scares you. And watch your life change.” – Rich Roll

“The more you practice tolerating discomfort, the more confidence you’ll gain in your ability to accept new challenges.” – Amy Morin

“Be not afraid of discomfort. If you can’t put yourself in a situation where you are uncomfortable, then you will never grow. You will never change. You’ll never learn.” – Jason Reynolds

“If you’re never able to tolerate a little bit of pain and discomfort, you’ll never get better.” – Angela Duckworth

“Lean into the discomfort of the work.” – Brene Brown

“Fear, uncertainty and discomfort are your compasses toward growth.” – Barack Obama

“Discomfort is the price of admission to a meaningful life.” – Susan David

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2 responses to “The Price of Admission

  1. missing from the web.

    Damn Girl, U speaking in my language in this week’s post. My bed, my head, my legs and toes, my towels, my water, my air, my food, my shoes, and my toes– the all screaming with what’s happening; yet we know no other way but to move forward.

    good stuff.

  2. Ha! :) I hear ya! ….FORWARD we go! **high-five**

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