Finish what you start

It is often the case that we can become distracted with distractions and end up with a lengthy list of things ‘to do’ but not much of ‘what was done’ lists.

There are two ways to look at this.

The French writer Nicolas Chamfort once said, ‘Eat a live frog the first thing in the morning and nothing worse will happen to you the rest of the day.’ A way that this could be interpreted is that you should perform your most difficult task first and then the rest of the tasks will be much easier in relation to what has been accomplished.

The second is that you should tackle small tasks first and the successive completion of each task will build the necessary momentum and inertia to proceed and build up to larger tasks.

Personally I prefer to tackle the difficult task first, but the right way is the way that works best in each situation for each person.

The most salient thing to remember is not which route that one will take to arrive at a destination but that you will manage to get to the end destination.

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