💰💰✌✌Success is the sum of small efforts . ✌✌💰💰

💰💰✌✌Success is the sum of small efforts . ✌✌💰💰

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Many of us believe that “small” means “insignificant”. We believe that small actions and
choices do not have much impact on our lives. We think that it is only the big things, the big
actions and the big decisions that really count. But when you look at the lives of all great people,
you will see that they built their character through small decisions, small choices and small
actions that they performed every day. They transformed their lives through a step-by-step or
day-by-day approach. They nurtured and nourished their good habits and chipped away at their
bad habits, one step at a time. It was their small day-to-day decisions that added up to make
tremendous difference in the long run. Indeed, in matters of personal growth and character
building, there is no such thing as an overnight success.

Growth always occurs through a sequential series of stages. There is an organic process to

growth. When we look at children growing up, we can see this process at work : the child first
learns to crawl, then to stand and walk, and finally to run. The same is true in the natural world.
The soil must first be tilled, and then the seed must be sowed. Next, it must be nurtured with
enough water and sunlight, and only then will it grow, bear fruit and finally ripen and be ready
to eat.

Gandhi understood this organic process and used this universal law of nature to his benefit.

Gandhi grew in small ways, in his day-to-day affairs. He did not wake up one day and find
himself to be the “Mahatma”. In fact, there was nothing much in his early life that showed signs
of greatness. But from his mid-twenties onwards, he deliberately and consistently attempted to
change himself, reform himself and grow in some small way every day. Day-by-day, hour-by- hour, he risked failure, experimented and learnt from mistakes. In small and large situations
alike, he took up rather than avoid responsibility.

People have always marvalled at the effortless way in which Gandhi could accomplish the most

difficult tasks. He displayed great deal of self-mastery and discipline that was amazing. These
things did not come easily to him. Years of practice and disciplined training went into making
his success possible. Very few saw his struggles, fears, doubts and anxieties, or his inner efforts
to overcome them. They saw the victory, but not the struggle.

This is a common factor in the lives of all great people : they exercised their freedoms and

choices in small ways that made great impact on their lives and their environment. Each of their
small decisions and actions, added up to have a profound impact in the long run. By
understanding this principle, we can move forward, with confidence, in the direction of our
dreams. Often when our “ideal goal” looks too far from us, we become easily discouraged,
disheartened and pessimistic. However, when we choose to grow in small ways, taking small
steps one at a time, performing it becomes easy.

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Success = Small Efforts

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