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If you don't like change, you're going to like irrelevance even less.
-- General Eric Shinseki
 

 

Thursday, September 24, 1998

Dig in

Even the most modest effort can be enough to change your momentum from negative to positive. But why settle for just a modest effort? When life seems overwhelming, dig in and go to work. Just because there is much to be done, is no reason to give up. To the contrary, the more burdensome the challenges, the more of a difference you can make.

Dig in. Tackle one task, and then another. Keep going. You’re making progress. Momentum is on your side when you make the effort to make a difference.

Welcome the exhilaration of confronting the challenges which face you. Solve problems, plan, organize, build, create value. Make the world a better place in your own unique way. What could possibly be more fulfilling? Live the adventures that those overwhelming challenges bring. Dig in, go to work, and make it happen.

— Ralph Marston

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