Most of what we call “Breakthroughs” in life appear to have happened really fast.
But, as you may have heard, those overnight successes take years of nobody-watching work before the masses catch on. Like a faucet dripping one small drop every few seconds overnight. Put the stop in your drain and leave on a week long vacation — you’ll return to a flooded kitchen or bathroom.
The drip seems like nothing to worry about; we barely even notice. When you’re doing a lot of work and no one is noticing, you may feel it’s all in vain – nothing can come from this. The feeling can attack anyone, no matter what your field. Your have to defeat the feeling — all it takes is small, consistent efforts.
Written By Dre Baldwin