You Get Out What You Put In

 

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Nothing is free. We have to work at, and for, anything we wish to achieve success in. Relationships, goals, and our career all need to be worked on a daily basis. It is the effort we put in each day, little by little, that will result in, over time, the success we are looking for.

There is no instant success. It comes over time and consistent effort.

Jeff Olson, author of the Slight Edge puts it this way “remember the tortoise and the hare? The morale of the story is slow and steady wins the race. The key word is not slow, it is steady.”

The picture above is from the article below found on Lifehacker.

Life Hacker

09/16/14

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