If you want to change your life, the hardest part is deciding to change.
Don't think a fish can help?
Say you're stuck in the same cycle, the same mindset that keeps you doing the same things day in and day out––even though you want to make a change.
That's going to be reflected on the water. You're going to throw the same lures, in the same spots, and expect different results. Until you decide to catch a fish.
Once you decide to change, you put more thought and effort into everything. Those casts start to connect with fish. Your days start to feel better. You enjoy the hardship of the process, the puzzle of a problem.
Do you really want to change your life?
Decide. Right now.
Sleeping in is a waste of daylight. Do what you love––go fishing.
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