The Hardest Thing To Do
Of course I'm not just gonna give it right away. That'd make this a boring read. I'm going to put in a whole lot of adjectives and verbs creatively thought out to describe exactly what one feels when doing this particular sequence of actions, rarely performed by many.
To just have robotic-like consistency in anything you do. The hardest part of living in my opinion is getting yourself to do something, anything. It's to convince your mind, to motivate yourself to do more than just the bare minimum to survive. Now, there are a set of things you're almost forced to do - going to school, waking up for work, sleeping - most of these either forced on you by the way society is constructed, or your very existence.
But for everything else, like exercising, reading books, applying a face mask, learning a language, getting deep into a subject of study; there's a mental willingness barrier you have to cross to get yourself motivated enough to do them not once, not twice, but every single day. So much so that they become a part of your existence almost in the same way you'd not exist if you didn't breathe.
That sort of consistency is hard.
I had originally written this about burpees. That exercise that looks super simple, and 90% of the population can't do 10 times in a row.
I wanted to end the post with: to be able to consistently do 100 burpees a day, every day of your life.