On NPR last week, I heard an interview with Zack Hample (who wrote a book about baseball). Zack has a 203 pound rubber band ball in his home. The interviewer asked Zack if he was obsessive. Zack replies,
“I started working on that thing when I was four. So we’re talking about decades here, and it’s not like I work on it every day. Sometimes I’ll add a pound a day for a week, then I won’t touch it for a year. So, y’know, you work on something for a few decades, it’s going to be BIG and CRAZY if you stick with it.”
Building a business, building your dream, will take time and tenacity. But if you really want it, work on it a little every day with the knowledge that it will become what you want in time.
Category: Business Strategy & Planning, Managing Projects, Tasks & Time
Tags: focus , tenacity