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When it gets to the point where I want to give up, how do you motivate yourself not to quit?

Jeremy S. Trotter

You have to know that wanting to give up is part of the process. If you haven’t had that thought run across your mind you haven’t been working hard enough.

If you can go into this journey and know that this is normal and it’s part of the process, then you can be sure that this too shall pass.

When creating anything substantial in life there will always be an element of suffering that takes place but this suffering is what makes our victories so sweet in the end.

About The Author

Douglas Zimmerman is board certified as a Corrective Exercise Specialist. His certifications were attained through the National Academy of Sports Medicine and he is certified in Sport’s Hypnosis through The National Exercise & Sports Trainer Association. Additionally Douglas is certified through Apex, the leader in nutritional academia. He currently is a Big Brother in the Big Brother, Big Sister foundation. Douglas is also active in charitable events including; raising money for the homeless, UPARC fundraisers, and green events. Read More »

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