A constant drip of water onto a concrete surface would bore a hole through it in approximately 8 months. If a drop fell every 5 seconds there would be 17,280 drops a day. Within 8 months 54 gallons of water would have dripped on the concrete at 0 PSI to create the hole.
Now picture a fire hose being turned on instead of a drip. It would discharge 150 Gallons per Minute blasting out at 400 PSI. Within 24 hours 216,000 gallons of water would have hit the surface. This is 215,946 gallons more than the drip and would have no impact to the concrete surface.
Often we act like the fire hose working tirelessly at 400 PSI with little effect. But like the drip, when focused on the critical habits we can achieve great things with no effort.
Although work ethic is a huge driving factor toward results it is not as important as priorities. Constantly re prioritizing the necessary habits keeps us from falling into the busy, busy, busy trap that ends no where.
A good place to start is these 2 questions;
1. What are the 1 or 2 things I must do daily that will result in my goal.
2. Is the specific action I’m doing right now getting me closer to it?
The possibilities are endless once we decide to act and not react.
George Bernard Shaw
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