Due Diligence

If you have failed at one thing, how do you expect to pass in something else? You can only pass or excel in something else if you had at each time you failed learned a new lesson which will then be used as a guiding tool to a better you. Note: this will be dependent on how many attempts you’ve made.

“The Plans of the diligent leads to profit as surely as haste leads to poverty.” Proverbs 21:5

Can you imagine driving to an appointment and stopping to enjoy the serenity of the picturesque landscape? That’s similar to what you do when you are trying to reach a goal and you’re relax because you’re now a bit comfortable. Then pressure kicks in and you’re suddenly everywhere like a headless chicken as you try to find your bearing.

Christmas day is gone and you’ve just a few days to the New Year. Have you sorted out your resolutions, things you want to achieve in 2015, records you want to break or even fences and bridges you want to mend? If you haven’t started then it’s time, it’s time to ‘etch it on stone’.

Good luck!


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