Dear Readers -
Gary Woltal 's suggestion in his post title resonates with me since I named my company Atlanta Homes ODAT Realty (One Day At a Time) specifically to remind me of that concept all the time. How many times do we try to do too much in a single day? Breaking each task in pieces does help!
Gary Woltal is a favorite Blogger of mine because I always learn from his writing. Check out his posts about Going Forward at Your Own Pace, Ambiguity, To My Younger ME (don't miss the video),, Rowing Together, Relaxation, and one entitled YOU ARE WHAT YOU WRITE.
Thanks to ActiveRain - I can read others' posts and learn any time of the day or night! I've learned a lot from Gary over the years. All the best - Lynn
PS If I haven't thanked you personally for reading my Blog, let me do so right now! I really appreciate your stopping by and (perhaps) commenting! L.
There is that old question, "How do you eat an elephant?" Answer: one bite at a time. In real estate deals, large projects, weight loss goals, oftentimes the whole thing at first looks overwhelming and insurmountable. This is when you need to turn it into smaller bite size pieces. You can't do it all in one day, or big gulp. We did not land on the moon from proclamation to footsteps there in one day.
ROME WAS NOT BUILT IN A DAY.
But the point is, lay out a plan, create a proposed timeline.
THEN, get busy with you little bites. Keep moving forward. Overwhelming then becomes this "managed thing" and the sense of progress really feels good each day. You get closer to closing with a home, the weight loss pounds melt away week by week, the vision of your ultimate goal gets nearer and nearer as time passes, and the SATISFACTION that comes with accomplishment is awesome.
Think bite size and stay with it. Soon that goal will be achieved and you will be off to conquer your next mountaintop.
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