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Steven Pressfield (born September 1943) is an American author of historical fiction, non-fiction, and screenplays.

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The most important thing about art is to work. Nothing else matters except sitting

down every day and trying. Why is this important? Because when we sit down day after

day and keep grinding, something mysterious starts to happen. A process is set in

motion by which, inevitably and infallibly, heaven comes to our aid. Unseen forces enlist

in our cause; serendipity reinforces our purpose.


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Never forget: This very moment, we can change our lives. There never was a moment, and never will be, when we are without the power to alter our destiny. This second, we can turn the tables on Resistance. This second, we can sit down and do our work.



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The most pernicious aspect of procrastination is that it can become a habit. We don't just put off our lives today; we put them off till our deathbed. Never forget: This very moment, we can change our lives. There never was a moment, and never will be, when we are without the power to alter our destiny. This second we can turn the tables on Resistance. This second, we can sit down and do our work.


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Like a magnetized needle floating on a surface of oil, Resistance will unfailingly point to true North -- meaning that calling or action it most wants to stop us from doing. We can use this. We can use it as a compass. We can navigate by Resistance, letting it guide us to that calling or action that we must follow before all others. Rule of thumb: The more important a call or action is to our soul's evolution, the more Resistance we will feel toward pursuing it.


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Fear doesn't go away. The warrior and the artist live by the same code of necessity, which dictates that the battle must be fought anew every day.


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The artist must be like that Marine. He has to know how to be miserable. He has to love being miserable. He has to take pride in being more miserable than any soldier or swabbie or jet jockey. Because this is war, baby. And war is hell.


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Start before you're ready. Good things happen when we start before we're ready.


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