Speed to Succeed. Slow and Steady Doesn’t Always Win the Race.
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Speed to Succeed. Slow and Steady Doesn’t Always Win the Race.

Don't wait to act on your dreams. You don't have enough time.
Speed to Succeed. Slow and Steady Doesn’t Always Win the Race.

Your time on earth is limited. Those who tell you to take your time, slow and steady wins the race, and what’s the rush. They’re wrong.

In everything you do, you must do with ardent speed.

Your competition isn’t waiting

Ideas are not exclusive. The revolutionary idea that you had? If you aren’t working on it already, have faith that most likely sooner than later, someone else will be making an empire out of it.

Your coworkers will get the promotion if you slack, your competitions will take out your business if you get complacent.

Embrace speed as your standard operating protocol, be more effective in all your tasks. Trim out the activities that are a waste of time, and learn to say no to professional or personal meetings that don’t contribute to your vision. Understand what matters to you and spend your time on them.

Be quick with your actions but be patient with the results.