Start by doing what is necessary; then do what is possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible - Francis of Assisi
|Start by doing what is necessary; then do what is possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible - Francis of Assisi|
First, do what is necessary, and then what is possible.
It implies that for the beginning we need to do what is an essential task to be performed and finish fast.
Then with some momentum build up, we will roll on to the next to possible outcomes and by keep trying we may finish it and make it possible which is actually impossible without a good start.
It’s similar to climb a tree.
When we remained in the base and look up, that summit appears to be formidable, totally out of span.
We took the first step hold the tree and begin climbing by putting step by step on a trunk of a tree and realize that it’s just one step away now.
We keep on going with respect to reaching the top. We might compass that half-way perspective and feel trepidation regarding having the capacity on proceeding.
That’s when we can congratulate ourselves on how far we’ve already come it keeps the momentum up.
Try to select forces that move you in a constructive direction, giving you constructive momentum and try to avoid those that will push you into a downward spiral.
The force will act for a certain amount of time. Then it will dissipate or fade. We need to keep generating positive momentum every time. Eventually, you’ll need a break, but be sure to reacquaint yourself with your reasons why once you return, and get back into the swing of things.
Keep the mighty momentum's going!