Why Doing the Right Thing is Always the Right Thing.
It is not always easy to do the right thing. At times it can be hard to know what the right thing even is. Bad personal experiences and stressful work environments make long-term thinking and personal morals a challenge to execute consistently. Or even at all.
Life comes at you fast.
So fast that it's natural to react to life experiences by making the choice that is least painful at the moment. By choosing to relieve temporary uncomfortableness with a decision to get you out of trouble for the moment.
But most of the time, the fast decision is the wrong decision. The easy decision is the wrong decision. The decision that fixes "right now" is the wrong decision.
The fact that you feel forced into the decision makes the odds of you making the right decision even harder.
You're not thinking straight.
Your view of the world is screwed up.
It's biased in a big way. Your mind and body is screaming at you to do whatever it takes to relieve the pressure and pain that is squeezing down on you at the moment.
So it's important to remember how important making the right decision really is.
The truth is that what your life becomes is a direct result of all the stressed-out, painful short-term decisions you make each and every day. Each decision contributes to the results that you will realize one day. You are creating your future.
If you make the wrong decisions consistently -- even small ones -- you will end up with results that are embarrassing and expose you to be the fraud that you really were all along.
If you consistently take the "easy way" and pursue shortcuts in the hope of "getting rich quick", then you'll find yourself in a future where you continue to be poor -- mentally and financially.
If you blame others for your mistakes and refuse to take correction or learn from bad decisions that you have made in the past, then the results of your life will only be misery and arrogance.
You will become the person you decide to be.
Which is why doing the right thing is always the right thing to do. Because doing the wrong thing molds you into the type of person that you don't want to be. And it doesn't lead to the results and lifestyle that you want for yourself.
For a few short moments, making the wrong decision feels incredibly right. But that's a guilty pleasure you will come to regret in the not-too-distant future.
Do the right thing.
It's tough at time. But a lot easier than living in a world of misery and pain you've created with poor choices and short-sighted decisions.
It's easier to just do the right thing.