It's all right to go slow!

Last Update: December 09, 2019

I've seen a lot of people giving up, saying that something happened, they'll stop for a while and they'll start over at some point. They never do.

I've seen a lot of people not getting successful as fast as they'd like and giving up, believing they failed. And they don't try again.

I've seen a lot of people trying to work as hard as they can and burning up crazy fast. They believe they can't do it, that it's too hard for them and they stop trying.

All of them could succeed, but they didn't. They could find a way to make this work for them, but they didn't find it.

I can't say this to them, because probably, I won't be able to reach them. But I can say this to you:

It's All Right To Go Slow!

It doesn't matter how fast you go. What matters is succeeding. It's better to succeed in 3 years than deciding you failed in 1 year.

If you feel like you have too many things to balance right now, go slowly.

  • You can't work for 2 hours a day on your site? Work for 1 hour.
  • You can't work for 1 hour? Work for 30 minutes.
  • You can't work for 30 minutes? Work for 15 minutes.

It's all about consistency! If you just keep going, eventually, you'll reach your goals!

If you can't fly, then run
If you can't run, then walk
If you can't walk, then crawl
But whatever you do, you have to keep moving forward

- Martin Luther King Jr

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JeannineC Premium
So well said! I see so many people trying to fly through the lessons that they don't take the time to actually learn the material. Then when the results are bad, somehow it's the fault of the training!

Better to go slow, understand each step, take time to write WELL! I know, everyone wants to start earning money as quickly as possible, but if you don't really learn the lessons, you honestly won't ever start earning real money.
Feochadan Premium
Super encouraging when I really needed it! Thanks!
ariesight Premium
I'm glad I could help!
JeffreyBrown Premium
Too true--even an hours' work of steps will inch you towards your goals! Here's to the turtles!

DMahen1 Premium
I'm one of those 2-hour a day turtles. My ability to focus fades after two hours. It's OK to be slow.
ariesight Premium
In my opinion, 2 hours a day consistently are great!
DMahen1 Premium
Joes946 Premium
So true.