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The will to Prepare... . #Repost @coachvillekyle ・・・ ***Move of the Day*** • “It’s not the will to win that matters—everyone has that. It’s the will to prepare to win that matters." - Paul "Bear" Bryant • It wasn't until I realized that consistent work would provide me the change I was seeking that I finally saw success. • It's easy to want to get healthy. • It's easy to want to lose some weight. • It's easy to want to make better food choices. • The harder part is planning for it, working for it, and sticking to it when it gets hard. • That's when you have to refocus on the goals you set at the beginning. That's when you have to lean on your inner desire and the outward encouragement and support of others. That's when you finally become what it is you've been wanting to be.

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To try and quit smoking is hard, never underestimate that. I'm 57 hours in, for the countless time, I've done it before as many smokers have,but that habit, that familiar friend just creeps back in without you even noticing. Here where I'm sitting, where I usually sit and smoke at home,I litteraly feel like crying , I feel sad and I'm emotionally drained, I miss my cigarette but I know better than to go back and some day have to go through these 57hours again. Please,if you know someone trying to quit, help them out,it's harder than any non-smoker thinks it is. And if you are trying to quit yourself , keep at it , it will be worth it. It's hard and the emotions and anger and irritation and cravings might push you towards it but remember that you're stronger than your addiction, you will not be controlled any longer. Good Luck to Me and all of You! #smoker #cigarettes #nonsmoker #nicotineaddiction #iamaquitter #itsworthit #dontgiveup #nomore #letsdoittogether #wecandoit #fortheloveofhealth #andlife

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