Wednesday, May 27, 2020
Meaningful positive difference
Set a small goal, and achieve it. Then immediately set another small goal, and achieve that.
Occasionally you’ll have the opportunity to make big, sudden improvements. Yet always, in every moment, you are able to make small improvements.
There’s great power in doing so. Because those small improvements add to each other, and build on one another.
The long and inexorable march of progress is not, by and large, a history of quick advances. It is a story of small improvements, and improvements on the improvements, made again and again.
Today you can continue that beneficial story. Right now, several small improvements await your attention, your action.
You don’t have to wait one more moment for the chance to make a meaningful positive difference. Where you are, with what you have, make a small improvement, and set the process in motion.
Ralph MarstonChoose your courage Steady diet of challenge
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