success-rarely-comesIt’s a well known reality among farmers that not every seed they plant will germinate and turn into a plant that is useful for harvesting.

But of course, they can’t necessarily know which seeds will be successful and which ones won’t, so they prepare the ground, sow a lot of seeds, water them all and see what happens.

They don’t plant a single seed, get frustrated when nothing happens and then just give up.

I don’t know what your situation is or what your aspirations are, but if you’re depending on a single action to get you the breakthrough that you’re looking for, you’re probably going to be very disappointed.

So today, let me encourage you to sow often, to take repeated action, to know that you have given yourself a chance to be successful because you aren’t reliant on a single seedling to flourish.

Because success rarely comes from a single deed, but persistent action over a long period of time at least gives you a fighting chance of achieving your goals.