You are one of your greatest inhibitors to success: I’m talking about your “decisions,” your “feelings,” etc. Not to get all Tony Robbins on you (that’s a thing, right? — I’ve only heard the name, never watched his videos, so apologies if that analogy misses the mark), but when you decide each day what you’re going to do, it becomes easy to decide to do the thing that feels good in the moment, rather than to do the thing that will pay off down the road. This is the mistake a lot of people make when they . . .