Thursday Thread: Visualising some of the best quotes from @JamesClear

1. The pain of inaction stings longer than the pain of incorrect action
2. People think they want status when they really want authenticity
3. There are nearly endless opportunities to improve each day and finding them largely boils down to being curious. People who are better in the end are usually curious in the beginning.
4. Focus on your daily results and you’ll often make poor long-term choices.

Focus on your daily choices and you’ll almost certainly enjoy good long-term results
5. If you work, inspiration will come. If you wait, inspiration will too
6. When you lose track of time, you are either living your best life or wasting it
7. The more you create, the more powerful you become. The more you consume, the more powerful others become.
8. Rome wasn’t built in a day, but they were laying bricks every hour. You don’t have to do it all today. Just lay a brick. That’s how you build an empire
9. Time magnifies the margin between success and failure. It will multiply whatever you feed it. Good habits make time your ally. Bad habits make time your enemy.

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