Achievement Not A Distination??

Achiement Not a Distination

Question of the Day:

How do you define achievement? I always expect things to happen quickly, but generally find that it seldom happens that way and I don’t know why.

Jack Nichiaus wrote, Aichievement is the largely the product of steadily raising one’s levels of aspiration and expectation.”

Achievement is often a process, with a number of stops along the way.  Achieving what we desire to accomplish is usually not a direct destination.

Most importantly don’t discount the process, because it has the potential to greatly enrich the desired achievement.

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