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Today's Idiom = "No Pain, No Gain"
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No Pain, No Gain ( you must work hard if you want big results ... )

"No Pain, No Gain"

"No pain, no gain" says that if you do not work hard, then you will not improve; you will not get better unless you work hard.

Example: "To play at that level, you are going to have to practice all of the time, you know." Reply: "No pain, no gain."

No Ifs, Ands, Or Buts About It

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