Sunday, October 19, 2008

The Littlest Thing can make a difference

"Overhead" photograph shot in Eugene,Or All Rights ReservedJHM©08

“Habit is habit and not to be flung out of the window by any man, but coaxed downstairs step at a time~Marked Twain

Every giant leap forward is in reality a series of baby steps. For every major breakthrough you see in your performance, don’t forget all the hundreds of little things that had to happen, day after day, for that to happen. Habits are the basis of improvement, but they don’t happen overnight. The easiest – and most difficult – way to improve your life is to make or break a habit. It’s easy because habits are built one single action at a time. It’s difficult because you need to be consistent. It’s much more of a mental game than a physical challenge. If you don’t see progress right away, don’t be discouraged. In fact, some of the habits you have right now have been a lifetime in the making and repeating. They can be as stubborn as a mule. It might take some coaxing to get them to move.

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