The Power of Will

Truth speaks…read this post for insight.

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willpowerI often use the excuse that I have no willpower when I’m trying to change an undesirable behavior, yet failing.What I really should be saying is that I have no “won’t” power.

I actually have a very strong case of “will” power.  I. Will. Have. My. Way.

When we fail at goals or fall short of what we intended, we always search for the reason. Many times lack of willpower becomes our scapegoat.  The reason we didn’t lose weight, the reason we didn’t workout, the reason we never quit smoking, yada, yada, yada.

I have come to realize that those of us who say we have no willpower actually have incredibly strong wills.  If only we would quit allowing said will to carry us over to the dark side. We need to harness that stubbornness for good.  We need to learn to stubbornly refuse to fail.

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