Growth II

Growth is simple. First, what is your goal? Second, what will you do today to get you closer to that goal?

Growth comes from a small effort exerted over a long period of time. You don’t have to crush yourself. You only have to stretch yourself. Do one extra push-up, one extra minute learning, one extra encouragement for a friend.

Growth is hard because it requires consistency; only a daily effort will produce results. There are 288 five-minute windows of time in a day. Let’s pick a time and get started on the path of growth.


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