“People will pay for acute pain and passion, but they will not pay to alleviate chronic pain.”
What Danny is saying is that people are willing to “pay” if paying is what it takes to make an effective change in their lives.
Let’s face it: Unless your pain is acute, you’re probably not going to do a blessed thing about the needs in your life.
So what’s your Price of Pain?
What are you willing to pay – whether in money, time, inconvenience, moving out of a comfort zone, taking a risk or getting up off your seat of do-nothing?
I dare you to challenge yourself. I dare you to do something different. I dare you to take a step; to begin the process of actually making something happen.
The quality of your life is something you should never be willing to discount.
I dare you to pay the price.
Join in the Fray: What price are you willing to pay to end your pain?
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