#ThursdayThought – Don’t Discount Incremental Growth

Each Small Step Leads To Success

Stretch Goals.

“Swing for the Fences.”

BHAG (Big Hairy Audacious Goals).

These phrases are great ways to help gain a mindset of the bigger picture, the far horizon which is the ultimate goal.

Yet they can convey the thinking that you have to “go big or go home” in every action and transaction in order to succeed in those lofty goals.

We need to remember that sometime the road to success comes from those smaller, incremental actions and wins that steer us ever closer to our definitive goals.

Just like a snail slowly glides across the pavement, seemingly not moving, our daily actions – as long as they align with our vision – may not seem to get us anywhere fast. But eventually we’ll end up there. We look back on the snail and it’s suddenly gone to it’s destination, in the same way we will soon look back and find that we’re so much closer to our goal, if not already there.

Big actions are great, but it’s each small step that give us lasting satisfaction and keep us on track to the vast horizon.

Nobody gets a millions dollars in their bank account in one transaction. It is usually a buildup of saving here and there over time.

Inch by inch. Step by step. Failure then victory. Frustration before achievement.

Each Small Step Leads To Success 

Rome wasn’t built in a day. Neither was Amazon, Samsung or Daimler.

Don’t discount the smaller steps. Savor the incremental growth, and those small wins to the path of victory.

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About Paul LaRue

My goal - To encourage you to lead & influence others with positive impact.

Posted on February.21.2019, in #PersonalDevelopment, #ThursdayThoughts, Goals, Leadership, Leadership Development. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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