Ending Well is More Important than Starting Well

Very often we are very zealous when we start something. We may even invest a lot of energy into doing something when it just got started, but after some time when the going gets tough, we “lose steam”. The important thing is actually not how well we start, but how well we end. People can have a poor start, but as long as we can end well, we have lived a life well spent. Therefore, do not just measure our lives by how well you start the next time, measure yourself by how well you end. In order to end well, we need to have a constant input to sustain and grow the work we are doing.

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Posted on April 11, 2012, in TRANSFORM Nuggets. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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