-by Matt Leedham
We’ve all heard about Thomas Edison and his 10,000 failed attempts at making the light bulb sustainable and affordable for all people to use.
We’ve all heard about the work ethic of a Tiger Woods or a Michael Jordan or a Michael Phelps.
There are countless other stories out there that demonstrate persistence, perseverance, and good old hard work.
But we don’t always recognize the small things. We don’t always see the tiny actions that so many of us take on a daily, and sometimes hourly basis, to make progress.
I’ve come to realize that movement is essential to progress. Every great achiever has something in common. They tried.
They tried. And then tried again. And again. And again. They tried over and over again until they started to get better and people started to recognize their “talent.” Over time, people start talking about the work ethic, the effort, the focus.
But it all starts with that first moment. That first attempt to do something.
Think about it. How can you improve upon something you’ve never done before? You can’t. You can only mull it over in your head for so long.
Take that first step, friends. Get out there and give it a try.
What’s the first step, you ask? You could click on the video below…
Tell us how you will take action today and try something new, or something you’ve always wanted to try. Leave a comment below.