Why you should be PATIENT 👨💻⏲ with your dreams 👨🚀🧑🚀
Build great things, takes time.
That's something most of the people doesn't understand.
Wanting a project to succeed overnight is like trying to win the lottery.
For that you must hope that luck is on your side and believe me, the occasions when fortune is so generous with someone who has not tried hard enough are minimal.
The success that we propose in with no excuses is different.
You have to earn it hard, every day.
People who sit and wait for luck to smile on them are going to spend most of their lives doing exactly that, waiting.
And waiting without doing anything does not mean the same as being patient.
Being patient refers to working and letting the project in question meet its goals and continue to grow.
Dreaming and imagining something is important, but designing a plan and working on it every day is more important.
90% of people are unsuccessful in their projects simply because they lack discipline.
Consistency is the most important thing to win.
Working daily for your dreams will get you where you want to be.
Runner Usaint Bolt mentions that he trained for four years for a race that lasted approximately 10 seconds, and ordinary people want to be successful in a week.
If you are able to make decisions that make you grow, you can be sure that even if they are not the right ones, you will learn and the next time you will do better.
Otherwise, if you don't make decisions for yourself, someone else will.
And believe me, it will not be to fulfill your dreams, if not his.
From there, you will get a slice of the cake, but I assure you it will not be the largest.
Think about it.
The best time to start building your dreams was 10 years ago.
The second best time is now.
Go and get it!
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