Sunday, 30 November 2014


....and a drop of water makes an ocean..

What's the first small step you can take to get moving in the right direction?

Small steps are a big idea. If you feel stuck, take small steps to get yourself on track again. Your life is evolving and you need all the consistency you can get to keep pacing in the right direction. Don't allow discouragement to set in when you make miniature progress against big plans and goals you have put in place, only be wary of standing still.

Helen Keller said " I long to accomplish great and noble task but it is my chief duty to accomplish small tasks as if they were great and nobel"

However, the seemingly little things we overlook play fundamental roles in our success equation...therefore as we see the big picture of handling gigantic responsibilities and gaining recognition on a global stage, we should pay close attention to little things that speak volume in our daily affairs. Don't overlook that cry from a little child, be sensitive to needs around you and profer solution to them as God enlarges your resource capacity, pay close attention to that detail your job demands, don't take that instruction lightly because it is coming from someone you probably think is not in a position to counsel. 

Consider what Pat Robertson said "Despise not the day of small beginnings because you can make all your mistakes anonymously". Value little things; one day you may look back and realize they were big things. Dante said, "From a little spark may burst a mighty flame" Remember this on your way up; the biggest dog was once a puppy.

LePause and Think!!!

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