On the flip side, there is no such thing as an overnight failure either. So much of the work and preparation and study that was left undone is also usually unnoticed by others.
Both public success and public failure are the culmination of years of private decisions. Every single day I am either preparing for success or preparing for failure.
The battles are being won or lost before I even take the field. It’s the everyday private practice that determines the game day public performance.
I have to pay careful attention to the “little things” in private every day if I hope to successfully handle the “big things” in public someday.The heights of great men reached and kept, Were not attained by sudden flight, But they, while their companions slept, Were toiling upwards in the night. —Henry W. Longfellow
What are you doing to prepare today?