Tuesday, January 28, 2003
Small steps to big goals
If you have trouble achieving the big goals, then break them down into smaller, more manageable goals. If you have trouble getting to work on the small goals, remind yourself of the bigger goals and purposes to which they lead.
The big goals are what will drive you, motivate you, and compel you to go forward. The smaller goals are what will actually move you steadily there.
When you have a big reason to take a small step, you’re much more likely to find a way to take that step no matter what. String those small steps together and they’ll add up to the big, important achievements you so earnestly desire.
Any accomplishment can be broken down into steps so small as to seem trivial. But put them all together, and the results are anything but trivial.
Keep putting one foot in front of another, and you can walk a thousand miles or even more, as long as you’re motivated enough to keep going. Stay focused on those big goals, while persistently working through the small, day-to-day goals, and anything is within your reach.
Ralph MarstonA great mood Rise to the challenges
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