• James Walton

In Praise of Diligence

He who is faithful in small things will be faithful in much, the ancient text reads. In other words, be excellent in the small things if you hope to have access to the big things. The simple (yet difficult) act of showing up consistently is often overlooked and underrated, but lies at the heart of all successful endeavors. Focus on remaining diligent over time, letting the compounding interest of your efforts compile to your account. 

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