It has come to my experience that when you are working towards your goals, don’t stop your grind just because you see an inkling of your efforts bearing fruit.
You stand the chance of losing your momentum.
And having momentum is one of the key factors that add to your success.
Keeping in mind that for you to gain momentum, you would have to be doing something consistently, for a long period of time.
Consistent action towards a particular goal will, eventually, produce results.
That means you need to start first by having a goal to work towards.
I just reversed engineered the process for you.
Just don’t start celebrating too early.
Counting chickens before the hatch?
Nothing is more self defeating than to have success elude you because you saw promising results. That makes you take your foot off the paddle.
If it’s not in black and white, then it’s only smoke.
Only when you have success in your hands, is it true success.
Not before then, not really.
I think we get tired of the process.
The struggle of success as Napoleon Hill puts it.
Stay in the process.
Let the process mold you into the person you need to become…so you can attract the things you want.
You need to be an attractive person.
And the process is what’s going to make you this attractive person.
The burn, the struggle, the process will make you easier to mold.
I think that’s where phrases like staying out of the kitchen, if you can’t take the heat comes from.
Failure will overtake you right at the finish line if you celebrate too early.