Do each day all that can be done that day.
You don’t need to overwork –
or to rush blindly into your work, trying to do the greatest possible number of things in the shortest possible amount of time.
Don’t try to do tomorrow’s – or next week’s – work today.
It’s not so much the number of the things you do but the quality, the efficiency of each separate action that counts. . . .
you need only to succeed in the small tasks of each day.
This makes a successful day.
With enough of these, you have a successful week, month, year – and lifetime.
-- Earl Nightingale
One floating cloud was hanging across the sky: 天上一条云
2 months ago