There is something that all those who give up have in common.
They lack discipline.
When training is no longer fun, the initial wave of motivation has worn off and they realise their trainer was entertaining them instead of actually training them it can leave many deflated.
Sadly there can be no lessons without a cost.
Well, unless you heed the words above in which case you’ll save a lot of money and wasted time.
The shine of training wears off in anywhere from 1-3 years.
Believe it or not this isn’t hyperbole, it’s the truth.
As such you need to create the habit of discipline.
Like anything it’s a skill and need practice to master.
Stephen king used to set aside 4 hours to write according to a little book I read based on how he writes.
Initially this wasn’t his natural ‘flow’ time because such a thing doesn’t just happen on a whim, it’s created.
There was conscious sacrifice and the reward was skill.
You see success is about how much you’re willing to give (of yourself) and what you’re willing to give away (creature comforts).
There is always a price to pay, the question is a can you afford it?
Rather can you afford not to pay it if you truly want to become something more than you currently are, that is the real question here.
How many times have you given up on something, not because of any cosmic catastrophe or unforeseen circumstance, just because you gave in to the weight of it?
^^ Give this some thought.
You don’t have to want anything in life, yet if you do then you’ll find having an iron clad discipline will come in handy.