Just to keep you updated with a follow up on what I said here…
Every action you take produces a result.
So really the reward is in the sowing and not so much in the reaping.
When you do something (action), you get something (result).
These are your daily disciplines.
When you do nothing (action), you get nothing (result).
These are your daily errors in judgment.
T. Harv Ecker said it best when he said:
“Money is a result, wealth is a result, health is a result, illness is a result, your weight is a result. We live in a world of cause and effect.”
Most people are fooled into thinking that if the results aren’t immediate then they aren’t benefiting or that it won’t hurt them any way.
These are the people who are hooked on the immediate gratification drug.
There is a silent power to action.
It compounds one day at a time until, one day, the results are VERY evident!
Errors in judgment that, one day, sees you coming home to an empty house with your partner having left you, taking the kids with.
Daily disciplines that you don’t receive instant appreciation for, disciplines you do daily that might even get criticized for, until, one day, the fruits of your labor become VERY evident!
When one day you all your efforts in preparing and practicing and learning all you can on become a radio Dj, when there is no clear evidence of this possibility coming true for you, until one day there’s an emergency where you need to take over a radio slot for someone, and you get your chance to finally blow away your listeners with your refined skill.
How you spend each hour of your day determines whether you are practicing daily errors in judgment or daily disciplines.
The latter moves you forward and feeling successful.
The former keeps you stuck and feeling like a failure.
“A journey of a thousand miles begins with a first step.” ~ Lao-tzu
I love you.
~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele