When you take one small step at a time
It’s too bad the intangible is not as tangible as food, for example. Let’s think about that a little. It would be impossible for any human to eat, in one bite, say one large pizza. However, I know of several people who have devoured such a meal. But how did they get there?
Firstly, there’s physical capacity. You have to understand that while we’re all very similar, we don’t all have the same oral capacity. In other words, some people have larger mouths than others. The same goes for stomach capacity. Some have a greater storage capacity than others.
Secondly, some will move the processing to a later stage. In other words, some will swallow the food without chewing it, leaving the work to the following organs in the digestive tract. They can proudly say that they ate in record time, but in fact, they only skipped steps.
In conclusion, we should draw inspiration from these two aspects when we set new goals. Considering our active capacity to take charge, as well as balancing the aspects to be dealt with immediately and those which can be postponed to a later date. It will be easier to accomplish a major task knowing that to do everything at once would be more than unlikely, if not impossible. Any thoughts on the subject?
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Translation by Abbie Sims: https://www.linkedin.com/in/acsims/
Last Updated on January 14, 2020 by Coach Danny