Quote of the Day

Vector illustration of speech bubbles“Anything worth doing is worth doing poorly until you learn to do it well.” ~Zig Ziglar

Even the greatest exponents of any skill you care to mention started out as complete beginners. Whether it’s great footballers like David Beckham or Rock guitar gods like Jimmy Page, they all had to start somewhere. In the beginning they wouldn’t have produced anything special I am sure. However dedication to their craft and a determination to hone their skills lead them from being ordinary to quite extraordinary. To be really good, talent helps of course but nothing matches dedication and determination if you are to excel at what you do. If you want to be the best you’ve got to get started and then it is all about practice, practice and more practice. Before you can be the best you’ve got to serve your time first. The very best people will have spent thousands of hours developing their skills long before entering into the public’s consciousness. People who succeed have paid their dues and earned their success. You don’t get anything for nothing. What you get out is in direct proportion to what you put in. That’s the first law of achievement.    

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