What the output is depends on what the input was. You only get what you give. Bad results come from bad effort. These sayings hold true in many instances. Yet, some people continue to live unhappily, never realizing their problems are staring right in the mirror. Don’t choose whining, moaning, complaining, and sighing. Change your input.
If one eats a diet that consists of Oreos, unhealthy and sugar laden juice, ice cream, and more processed and toxic garbage, then their body will be, well, garbage. For those who choose to consume a diet that’s on the healthier side, their bodies will thank and reward them. They won’t have to stand in the mirror, wonder what happened, and be unhappy with the way they look.
It’s true, not only of the physical and diet analogy, but of almost anything in life. Your results come from what you put in.
It’s common sense, which is tough for people lacking. If you put in a half ass effort at work, don’t pay attention to what you’re doing, get distracted (accidentally or distract yourself on purpose), among other things, your results will be bad. You might find yourself looking for another job or on probation.
Sad to realize there aren’t any “true friends” around? Some people spend their days taking the spotlight from other people and shining it right back to themselves. No matter what another person might say or do, some people grab the microphone and say, “Me too! And mines bigger!” Until one day they realize that none of their “friends” were really friends. Relate the same circumstance to coworkers, family, and marriage. Is the fog lifting?
It’ll apply to every relationship, job, health situation, and most important, the person you see in the mirror. What you get out of things is what you put in. I’ll even break it down into a formula before I go.