You’ve probably heard a lot of myths about success, performance, genius, and talent.
“It takes hard work, preparation, and talent…”
“You need natural ability…”
“You just need to keep doing what you’re doing…”
Or something that suggests that you need double down on hard work, triple down on your strengths, and have some otherworldly talent to top it all off in order to be successful. And you’ve tried to do some combination of this time after time…
Only to fail.
Because no matter what you did to stick with that routine, commit to that career, stay in that relationship, failure set in. Then, you consider yourself untalented, uninteresting, even unremarkable when you fail.
But you’re not to blame.
Most people are approaching success like its a mountain they have to move and it’s to move right now, or else you’re not a genius, can’t be a hero, and legendary living is impossible.
You’ve been trying barrel your way through to success and nothing has worked.
But that’s because society got it wrong.
Focusing on just hard work or natural talent for success are myths.
Because you’re not focused on the one thing that ACTUALLY builds success…
But 21 days is not enough time to form the neural pathways that allow your brain to cement habits. That time length just another myth. Habit formation is much more involved.
But involved doesn’t mean impossible.