Forward is a pace…

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Many people equate progress with big, bold leaps forward. While these can be exhilarating and impactful, the reality is that progress is often made through a series of small, deliberate steps. This is why forward is not just a direction, it’s a pace that can be achieved even with small steps.

Taking small steps towards a goal may not seem like much, but over time, they can add up to significant progress. For example, if you’re trying to learn a new language, studying for just 10 minutes a day may not seem like much, but over the course of a year, that’s over 60 hours of study time.

Additionally, taking small steps can help us overcome the fear of failure or the feeling of being overwhelmed. When we break down our goals into manageable pieces, we feel more in control and confident in our ability to succeed.

As famous author and motivational speaker Zig Ziglar once said, “You don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great.” This quote perfectly encapsulates the idea that progress is not about achieving perfection, but rather about taking action and moving forward, even if it’s with small steps.

It’s important to note that moving forward at a slow pace does not mean we should be complacent or lack ambition. Rather, it means that we should be intentional with our actions and celebrate the small victories along the way.

Forward is not just a direction, it’s a pace that can be achieved even with small steps. By taking intentional, deliberate actions toward our goals, we can make progress and achieve success over time. So, let’s take that first step forward, no matter how small it may be, and keep moving forward toward our dreams.

About Terry McDaniel

What motivates me? 1. Fun. 2. Learning. 3. Blessing and prospering people before profit. 4. Being the hero.
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