Friday, July 24, 2015
An action that doesn’t get very good results is still better than no action at all. Being mediocre at doing something is better than being highly skilled at doing nothing.
Your initial effort at solving the problem or reaching the achievement may not work. But that’s no reason to avoid the effort.
Even if you fail, and fail again, you can still reach the success you seek. However, if you let the fear of failure prevent you from taking action, you will never achieve that success.
Do your best. If that’s not good enough, get better.
The way to get better is by doing. Whether the results are what you intended or not, every action makes you stronger, more capable, more experienced and more effective.
Develop your best strategy, take action, learn from it, and do it again. That is the proven path to wherever you wish to go.
Ralph MarstonDifferent in a good way Five reasons
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