People get so caught up in what it looks like what they are doing whatever rather than just doing it. They feel they NEED to tell you how hard they working, how tough they have it, how difficult it is, and how hard they actually are pushing. The funny thing is everyone knows EXACTLY how hard they are pushing or "trying to push". I see people posting about how they are doing the "grind" and it seems to be more important to get people to acknowledge the fact they are "grinding" instead of just putting their head down and doing work. I remember being at my high school wrestling practice and my coach (who was my dad) telling me that he didn't want us to show how hard something was. It was a tactic. If we saw our opponent with the look of exhaustion on his face then we would smell blood and attack. But if they saw that from then we would be giving them the chance to know when we are broken. But if you take away the tactic part then you are left with this question: why do you feel you need to tell me how tough it is? I mean what else are you looking for? The answer is usually something that has nothing to do with the task at hand. You are hoping for recognition from someone else or that they think something about you and your ability. Just forget about all that noise! If you are working hard for something, then put your energy into the work. All the recognition you need will come from that. The more you are wasting time and directing anything to others and what they think about you, the less focused you are on the things you are trying to do. So work hard. Give it everything you have. Focus on the goal. Don't show it, just crush it! :)
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