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Good management consists in showing average people how to do the work of superior people.
-- John D. Rockefeller


Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Little bits

If all you can do right now is a little bit, do it. Those little bits will quickly add up.

Value that is built over time, in small increments, tends to be value that also lasts for a long time. Use each opportunity, each day, to build more.

Doing something, even if it is just a little bit, is infinitely more productive than doing nothing. So do something, where you are, with what you have, using the time that’s available to you.

By doing something now, you increase the value of what you’re able to do later. By doing something useful with this moment, you preserve the moment’s value long after the moment has passed.

By all means, do as much as you can. And if all you can do right now is just a little bit, that’s a whole lot more than nothing.

Do a little bit now, a little bit later, and as much as you can each chance you get. Soon you’ll have a whole lot of good things to show for your efforts.

— Ralph Marston

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