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Frustrated at how long it’s taking you to make progress?

By Marcus Santer

Maybe you’re working towards doing your first pull up…

Perhaps you’re zeroing in on your preferred weight…

Or you might be pulling your hair out – like I was yesterday – wondering if you’re ever going to get the most basic of proficiency with a new skill.

I don’t know.

But I’m certain of this…

If you’re committed to making some kind of progress in your life, there will be times when you’re frustrated at how long it’s taking you to reach your destination.

And if you know what I’m talking about…

You’re going to love today’s ZEN+ message.

Here goes…

Consider these major landmarks from infant motor development:

Looking at this list you can see that on average it takes an infant 11-months from being able to get upright to playing in the standing position.

Do you get the point?

It took you nearly a year of practice – without any distractions – to become proficient at doing something you take so much for granted today.

So whatever it is you’re working on now.

If you’re getting frustrated by your rate of progress.

Remember this…

It takes time baby!

There’s always a time and effort price to pay for anything of value.

But there are ways to speed the process of progress up.

Here’s a list of three items I consider essential if you want to reach your desired destination in the minimum amount of time possible:

With these three essentials under your belt…

All you have to do is keep showing up and doing the work.

And when it comes to living and ageing well…

You’ll find everything you need right here.

Bye for now

Marcus

P.S. To keep my conscience clean I do have to reinforce an important part of today’s ZEN+ post.

The idea of showing up and doing the work.

Even with the best plan in the world…

And help from the worlds greatest expert…

You still have to show up and do the work you’ve been given.

Nobody can do that for you.

For example…

I had a fantastic, time tested, step by step plan for doing pull ups.

Created by one of the best people in the callisthenics business.

But…

It still took me about a year of regular practice and hard work before I could do 10 pull ups.

Remember: Achieving anything of value takes time and effort.

If it was easy…

Everyone would do it!

Anyway…

If you’ve got what it takes to roll up your sleeves and get to work on creating a life worth loving…

Check this out.