Wednesday, June 2, 2004
Momentum of achievement
Success comes most readily to those who are already successful. That’s why the small successes are so important.
When you set a goal, however small it may be, and then work to achieve it, you put in motion a powerful positive momentum. That momentum can help you to reach toward higher and higher levels of achievement.
The small successes do matter, for they set that momentum in motion. No step is trivial, however small it may be, when it is leading in a positive direction.
Too many people wait and hope for, beg, plead and even fight for that one big break that will bring about instant success. Sadly, in so doing they overlook the small opportunities for success that come in every moment of every day.
You can easily make a little bit of progress in the next fifteen minutes. And you can make a little more progress in the next few hours. Create for yourself the momentum of achievement. And you can take it wherever you wish to go.
Ralph MarstonWhat you choose Imagined problems
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