Friday, August 21, 2015
Eventually, it will
You don’t have to get the desired result from every single effort. Even if just a small percentage of your efforts pay off, you can achieve spectacular success.
There’s no need to get dejected when you take an action and it fails to produce results. Just do it again, and again, until it does bring a positive, valuable outcome.
Often, the way to succeed is to fail enough times. The way to get it right is to get it wrong enough times.
Those who enjoy the most success are also those who have endured a lot of disappointing results. Even when you fall short of the goal, you’re closer to that goal than you were before.
Certainly there’s no reason to purposely seek out disappointing results. But there’s also no reason to let them get you down.
So go ahead, make the effort, even if you’re not sure whether it will produce results. Because eventually, it will.
Ralph MarstonDon't ignore the obvious What a beautiful thing
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