Get uncomfortable

When it comes to changing your habits, there will always be some amount of discomfort at first.

If you're not used to eating healthy, healthy meals might take some getting used to.

If you're not using to exercising consistently, you're going to be a little sore.

If you're trying to quit smoking, it may seem impossible at first.

But before you can create any lasting positive change, you have to get uncomfortable.

Being uncomfortable isn't bad in itself. Being uncomfortable often means you're on the verge of change.

Of course, being uncomfortable goes beyond just changing your habits.

In a time of uncertainty and struggle for many, feeling uncomfortable is a good thing.

Having difficult conversations, doing the hard work. All of these things help build a better future.

Instead of avoiding discomfort, embrace it. Challenge yourself to be better in every way. Speak up. Push forward.

Transformation won't happen overnight, but the future is built by those willing to put in the work.