Access Point: Version 2.0 of You
"A minimum requirement to becoming the best version of yourself is knowing precisely what it is you have to do - and then doing your absolute best as you endeavor to do it." — James McPartland
For me, the definition of passion is a willingness to suffer for what we love most. A focus only on results will not lead to results. Rather, it is the process and the pursuit that lead to the desired outcomes.
Two keys lay at the heart of our own transformation: belief and behavior. Becoming the best version of ourselves is all about adopting a new set of vital behaviors. That said, the root of all behavior is belief. Ask yourself, "what would you have to believe to develop a specific behavior that would lead you to becoming the next edition of the best version of yourself?"
Since the pursuit of mastery is in fact a lifelong quest, you will never actually arrive. It is that proverbial mountain with no top. However, while you may never "get there", you can experience a never-ending realization of growth, goal attainment, joy, and fulfillment. I’m not suggesting this is easy. If it was, word would have certainly gotten around. There will be growing pains all along the way, but trust that the views only get better as you climb.