Theodore Roosevelt once said,

Never throughout history has a man who lived a life of ease left a name worth remembering.

Many people want both.

They want ease.

Yet they yearn for greatness.

But the two are mutually exclusive.

You have to make a choice.

The easy choice?

The downhill slide?

The path of mediocrity?

Or the challenging choice?

The uphill climb?

The avenue to a legacy?

But before you choose (because I know the choice of ease is terribly tempting), ask yourself this question…

What would the future me want me to have chosen?

You are capable of a life worth remembering.

You have the ability to change the world and make it a better place.

You have a wonderful opportunity to leave a legacy.

But this won’t happen if you choose a life of ease.