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Blood, Sweat and Work

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

It takes twenty years to become an overnight success.

- Eddie Cantor

Working the plan: doing this delivers so much. Setting the goals. But even before that: what is it I want to do? Why is it that I want to do this?

Thinking first is the first lesson. There are many things that can be done. Some are simply impossible: I cannot walk from here on earth to the surface of the sun and walk naked on the sun. Not with what I currently know and can do nor am I likely to do so any time in my life.

But there are things I can do, even if I think they are impossible. They might look impossible, but rather than eating it all at once and choking to death, if I break it down into small peices, I can do what I thought was impossible. The cake I ate I did one bite at a time: working it off needs to be done the same way.

Arranging those bites into a doable sequence with measureable progress steps and dates. Recording the progress and failures. Each step has its own mini plan: ways to achieve each step/stage, adapting from previous successes and learning from previous failures. This gets the job done....over time, with patience, sweat, sometimes blood, it gets thte job done.....
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  • JUST-AMY
    You'll have to read the book "The Man Who Ate the 747" How true, how true....

    I love your cut-throat to-the-point perspectives. Just found you on here today. I'll have to read more of your blogs. Thanks!

    4002 days ago
  • GLITTERGIRL69
    Loved this post. It is so true. I break up my goals all the time. Remembering my ultimate gaols all the while.
    4018 days ago
  • SHININGTHRU126
    that's right - you know it!

    great blog!
    4020 days ago
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