Most of our problems have an easy solution.

At least on the surface.

To lose weight, we just need to eat less.

To get strong, we just need to work out.

To be successful, we just need to work harder.

Walking a thousand miles is as simple as putting one foot in front of the other.

But simple doesn’t mean easy.

We know what we need to do.

Knowing the solution isn’t the problem.

The challenge is doing that simple thing enough times to amount to something great — to secure something we want.

We can all put one foot in front of the other, but how many times can you do it, in the direction you want to go?