Most of the time, overnight success is the result of years of hard work.
But fear many times masks itself as being realistic and waiting for the right time to come.
Then years pass you by, and you are no closer to your goals.
Life and practice require a Zen-like balance of working your process and developing your skills and your team, with the confidence that the results you want will come.
However, the hunger for growth must also push you to take action that is uncomfortable and not waiting but pursuing your dreams now.
You put in the work and make the sacrifices because you have a burning in your belly for achievement and fulfillment.
It turns out you need both hunger and patience.
A constant hunger to improve, grow, and hit your goals, while also understanding development takes patience.
It doesn’t happen overnight, but it does happen.
Dr. FJ Schofield