Hunger

Let me overturn a myth about performing at your best when you’re “hungry.”

When I’m hungry (need food) I’m distracted and don’t perform at my best.

When you have financial “hunger” you may perform desperately but certainly not at your best.

So please don’t tell me today you “lack the hunger.” I perform best when correctly nourished, and so do you. Don’t use the myth of “hunger” as an excuse for slovenliness, procrastination, and lack of discipline.


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