Inspiration for the Week – Slow Progress is Still Progress

It’s easy to judge those who appear to achieve overnight success or seem to get a lucky break. Truth is, had they not consistently work on their goal for years they would not have been in the right place to attract success. Had they given up or changed their goal, the opportunity may not have been presented to them.

There’s an image often shared on social media depicting what success entails. Called The Iceberg Illusion, it highlights the unseen factors we’re unaware of that lead to success. When you look at this image, you can see how success is really not linear because most of the process happens below the surface.

The iceberg of success

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