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Bill Masur @futureinmindd
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The Hero and The Coward

The Hero believes that his actions can change his life and the world

The Coward believes that he is a victim of his circumstances
The Hero acts because he is disciplined

The Coward is controlled by his feelings
The Hero smiles at his haters and then forgets they ever existed

The Coward tweets an insult at someone they will never meet
The Hero is free and independent

The Coward creates a prison of his own doing
The hero practices extreme ownership @jockowillink

The coward blames everyone, but himself
The Hero does the right thing

The Coward does what is easy
The Hero lives as if he could die tomorrow, but live forever

The coward has never truly lived
The Hero doesn’t quit until the task is done

The Coward never even gets started
The Hero sets his own standards continually raising the bar

The Coward lowers his standards to whatever he can get away with
The Hero is a person of high character

The Coward gets high with people who worship cartoon characters
The Hero faces the truth, no matter how uncomfortable

The Coward lives in denial
The Hero cares most about his own opinion

The Coward only cares about the opinion of others
The Hero believes that his life has a purpose

The Coward believes life is meanlingless
The Hero values those who value him

The Coward pushes them away because he hates himself
The Hero would take a bullet for those whom he loves

The Coward is the high school shooter
The Hero relishes the journey

The Coward is aimless
The Hero knows that life isn’t fair

The Coward believe that only HIS life isn’t fair
The Hero applies himself

The Coward distracts himself
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The Hero feels deeply for the suffering of the world

The Coward wishes that the whole felt his suffering
The Hero is a man of his word

The Coward is all words and no action
The Hero owns his day @AubreyMarcus

The coward is owned by his day
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