When I have finally decided that a result is worth getting, I go ahead on it and make trial after trial until it comes.
(Quote by Thomas Alva Edison)
Persistence is the chief activator of all virtue.
Inspiration is easy to acquire.
It’s exciting to draw up plans and predict a successful outcome.
But without persistence, inspiration and planning eventually fizzle, and you go back to step one.
I’ve found that I seldom don’t know what I should do next. Knowing is typically not my problem.
That is the issue. That is the litmus test reality demands.
You can keep a few people (maybe even yourself) satisfied for awhile with grand intentions.
But there comes a day when your credit runs out.
WHEN will you lose that weight?
WHEN will you get a grip on your finances?
WHEN will you write that book or accomplish that goal you’ve been talking about (for years, perhaps).
Inspiration, Planning, Persistence.
But without persistence, the first two fail.
Let’s talk about it…