Friday, August 1, 2008
The full distance
What a shame it would be if the results you have worked to achieve required just a little longer to arrive than you were willing to wait. How sad it would be for your ship to finally come in just a few minutes after you had given up and left the dock.
Success is built upon effort and commitment. Success also requires persistence and patience.
It is of little use to work for years toward a goal if you give up just a few days before the goal is reached. There is no point in working through hundreds of obstacles if you allow the very last obstacle to stop you.
Go ahead, close the deal, finish the work and get yourself all the way to the goal you’ve chosen. Take those last remaining steps so that you’ll hold the prize firmly in your hands.
Rest when you are weary but do not quit. Achievement belongs to those who can go the full distance.
If it’s important enough to start, it’s important enough to finish. Be sure to always take the next step, for it could very well be the one that finally gets you there.
Ralph MarstonFree yourself In their place
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