Yesterday I made a critical step toward one of my goals and man did it feel good.
After a year of investments: Physical, Emotional, & Spiritual , those investments finally paid off.
Part of my goal was reached despite the naysayers and even against some internal conflict that arose within myself.
I’m glad that it took a while (even though, it felt like an eternity) to take such a victory.
ITS MY SUCCESS AND I WANT IT NOW
Delayed gratification is spoken about a lot in today’s social climate although it is hardly implemented.
If each goal was attained as soon as it was pursued it would be like playing 2K on rookie mode. How fun is it knowing that victory is guaranteed 99% of the time.
The payoff of having hours upon hours come together in one moment is worth extremely more than an instant flash of victory.
It’s like seeing Naruto get to use rasengan after numerous episodes of him struggling and within those episodes being told that he couldn’t even achieve the technique that he practiced day in and out.
Much like how Naruto steps to the rasengan start as minuscule and insignificant so does our process to success.
Naruto had to try to burst a water balloon and rubber ball before being able to create a great ball of wind. That water balloon and rubber ball doesn’t compare to the power of pure wind in your hands, so why is it needed?
The foundation of anything you hope to attain is the most important part of your success. Without a solid foundation whatever you build is bound to sink, be destroyed , or worse not even created in the first place.
So as you progress through life’s journey remember all the toiling and sweating is not worthless and in vain it is just the bridge that connects an idea to physical success.