The myth behind “working hard” to succeed is that you need to “work hard” to succeed.. Most are already aware that this is not true.
Because they are “working hard” and not achieving what they want out of life.
Think about it, there are people working 2 and 3 jobs. Putting in 80-90 hours a week. For some, there is a lot of physical labor. With the 2 and 3 jobs, some are earning less than a person with 1 job and working 30-40 hours a week.
It might be me, but that doesn’t add up if “hard work” is the answer.
By the way, you might notice the people playing golf during the week. They are enjoying themselves while others (that believe in hard work) work for them.
Increase your internal communications (your human GPS). You will “feel” urges to move in a certain direction. Which creates different actions and the results you want will show up. Yes, doors open and your “work” (if you like that word – which I don’t use) is to walk through.
It ain’t right. It ain’t wrong. It’s my opinion.
*Note: “Work is anytime you are doing something and you would rather be doing something else” – Tom Hopkins
So Ron’s understanding and belief from that statement is, if you are “working hard”, then you are “really” doing something when you would rather be doing something else.