Success is about direction, not necessarily speed!
We often think of 'success' as reaching the goal, or completing the task.
One of my favourite quotes describes this so well:
Progress is often more about direction than speed.
While we define progress - or success - as the ultimate completion of something, we deprive ourself of enjoying and celebrating the steps we've taken along the way.
Yesterday I wrote about cleaning up my office - and noticing the effect of this on my mind ad productivity.
I'm pleased to say, it's still working - yeah!
I did work late last night (happily) and entered my office with a renewed sense of purpose.
It's not yet lunch time and I've done the 3 most critical tasks for my day (as well as having had my monring 1.2 kms swim).
I feel energised and clear headed.
I've done one task I've been procrastinating about for weeks (I'm ashamed to say - but proud to tell you it's now DONE!)
So ... what small tweaks and changes can you make TODAY that will clear the way forward for a brighter, happier, better tomorrow?
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