Repetition is the mother of learning, the father of action, which makes it the architect of accomplishment.

― Zig Ziglar

If we want to grow, improve, and get more done, we need to raise our standards by adding more to our to-do list, learning new skills, and simply getting started

…but we’ve got so much on our plates, how can we be expected to do any more?

Little baby steps end up accumulating practice, and we begin walking, gain more experience, take bigger steps, pick up the pace, begin jogging, increase the time and distance, and grow further into sprinting, running, and so we end up having a daily stroll without even realizing it.

That new task which landed on your desk may make you uncomfortable: it is something you haven’t done before and is supposed to be ongoing, yet it is also expected to bring in some positive results towards your goals and targets, so you cannot ignore or avoid it.

You must do it, but it’s not the end of the world.

It is awkward and cumbersome to begin, and it uses a lot of your time which you used for nonsense and winding down here and there…

…but don’t you worry, it won’t stay that way.

You’re learning something new, and after the second time, third, and more, it will become a regular thing, easier to do, and faster to perform. You’ll be able to do it with your eyes closed, and it won’t even require much planning.

So don’t fret cause you may even end up having fun with it, or better yet, it may even become a habit 🙂