Donuts alway beat hard work.
Where did that da%n mountain come from? Hard to maintain your enthusiasm when mountains keep popping up in your way!
If things could be done easily, then anyone could do them.
Analyze the barrier – there may be a work around to the barrier. Otherwise, there’s a hole in your logic.
Where did he get the donut from?
That damn insurmountable obstacle always shows up every time Pig gets close to achieving something. It’s a conspiracy, I tell ya!
I know: I peaked.
I am a fitness and health coach. If anyone needs help getting over that mountain for real, please contact me. Let’s talk. I would love to help you. Trust me, the mountain doesn’t have to be that big.
It’s all in your head……. Croc Power !
now, imagine “Hard Work Mountain” is really just a slice of pizza waiting to be consumed . . .
Well, you could go around the mountain, Pig…
why are goals always portrayed as being in a box? And do the goals in this box have holes? Does that make them holy goals? How could Patis miss this??
Maybe Pig is making a mountain out of a mole hill.
That was enough visualization for that dumb Pig.
Thomas Edison: “Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.”
Donuts=sugar, flour, fat. Might as well go with the glazed ones.
Pig should move to Kansas. No mountains there.
yup, that mountain gets in the way every dang time!
If I move toward my goal, can I have a doughnut?
I started recording everything I eat nine days ago, so I could plan a diet. Lost five lbs so far. I’m snacking way less.
Maybe it’s the big rock candy mountain.
Eat donuts smarter, not harder.
Pig reached his goal: Donuts!
The only exercise involved in the donut plan is going to pick them up. Nah, now thanks to the inventiveness of American capitalism we done got home delivery at a low cost in moolah but high cost in pounds, not English pounds but American pounds aka blubber.
Keep eating, Pig. We like you nice and fatty.
Why do people who eat lots of veggies and fruits have better health? Probably because they eat fewer doughnuts et al..
As I kept saying when I was teaching, unless there’s an obstacle between you and the solution, it’s not a “problem”. Unfortunately, way too many students had the same response as Pig.
Any goal worth achieving …
Yes, and I oft said, The shortest distance between two points is a straight line unless there’s a mountain in between.
“First there is a mountain, then there is no mountain, then there is…” —Donovan
How about looking for a route through or around the mountain first before you give up? Just because there is a mountain doesn’t always mean you have to go over the top.
The trick is to visualize it as a hard work pit. Then when you fall in, you have to climb back, out. Or dig it into a rut.
Pigitta is on her way, she’ll be comin’ round the mountain when she comes.
If Pig won’t go to the mountain, bring the mountain to Pig.
Right choice, Pig. Eating donuts is both easier and more satisfying than struggling to attain impossible goals….