Keep At It

03/19/2014

Throw yourself wholeheartedly into the task at hand. ~ Og Mandino

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“The best way to learn something is to start doing it. You will master the challenge far more quickly and deftly if you throw yourself into the task at hand than if you sit around and analyze how it might be if you tried doing it.
You may be a lot more ready to take your next step than you realize. Take advantage of the opportunity at hand.” ~Alan Cohen, Dare To Be Yourself

You are never given a dream without also being given the power to make it true. You may have to work for it, however. ~ Richard Bach

12 responses to Keep At It

  1. 

    So true — I know from painting and writing that the more I ‘do’, the better I become at doing.

  2. 

    Agreed. So many over-analyze, over-think, over-strategize and in the end, nothing is done! Thanks Gina!
    Diana xo

  3. 

    That’s true….you’re always an inspiration to others !

  4. 

    I remember something john Maxwell said – if you practice something for an hour a day in 5 years you’ll be an expert. I needed your little reminder to just DO IT.

    • 

      What a great tip you’ve shared from John Maxwell. Imagine that, in only an hour a day. Love it! It’s about remaining dedicated, isn’t it? To just keep at it. Thanks for this great comment Ana!

  5. 

    Thanks for the reminder and motivation. 🙂