I have noticed a very disturbing and unhealthy tread over the decades that I have been coaching/teaching/living. I can't recall a day that has gone by in recent memory that I have not heard someone say in one form or another, "But it is hard". Sometimes it is said as a statement of fact. Sometimes it is said in disagreement as if to say, "You say it like it is easy but it isn't that easy, it is hard." I don't disagree with either the statements of fact or the disagreements. Things are hard/difficult and many things are easier said than done. I get it. However, just because something is difficult does not mean that is isn't right/correct/worth doing. Difficulty shouldn't be a reason to not act. "If you can't overcome hard, you're never going to have any great victories in your life." Nick Saban
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