Impatient with action, patient with results

Impatient with action, patient with results.

Taking consistent, small steps, each day turns thousands of drips into a bucket of water.

But it’s not so much the practice that matters — it’s the execution. Proper action uncomplicates thinking. As Albert Einstein once said, “Nothing happens until something moves.”

Shooting the basketball with improper form every day is not going to help during game time. The fundamentals for adaptability go missing.

The mice who run the same track each time to get a pellet may miss the more appetizing snack on the detour.

The purpose of continued work is to reveal new opportunities. The beam of attention we direct at the world corresponds to what we receive in return.

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