For as long as I can remember, I've been a fan of the bad guy. Whether I was cheering for Mum-Ra, or COBRA, there was always a bit of disappointment when the bad guy lost. I never really understood why until I began reading more about myths and the origins of stories.
What draws me to the bad guy is the fact that, unlike their superhero counterpart, the villain is never able to overcome their one character flaw. They don't push through tough situations and typically fail to embrace failure as a chance to learn and grow. They're great at blaming others.
Stop running from your faults. Start working on your weaknesses.
And don't wait until tomorrow because, frankly, that's not guaranteed to us.
Stop running and confront that part of yourself that you've been ignoring. Confront your arrogance. Squash your ego. Quiet the quitter inside your heart by doing something challenging.
Stop running. Take 2 minutes, right now, to think about that one area that you need to work on.
Oh, and get to the dojo.