Why is it that we tend to always focus on what we didn’t do? Think about it. When we make a to-do list for the day or the week, once the day or week is over, all we focus on are the tasks that didn’t get checked off. I’m guilty of this myself. I sit and stress and beat myself up over the two or three things on a list of ten that didn’t get done instead of celebrating, or at the very least, acknowledging what I actually got done.
I suppose when you step back and look at a list of ten things and see that you got at least seven of them done you are supposed to give yourself a pat on the back but all I ever see is that I didn’t get EVERYTHING done. We hold ourselves to such high expectations for our own accomplishments sometimes that we forget to take some pride in the things that did get done, for the good job that we have done thus far.
God didn’t build the universe in one day so why is it that we think that we can get everything done all at once. All of the things worth having, the dreams that we are creating, the legacy that we are building, they can’t all be completed at a moment’s notice. They take time. Don’t rush what will eventually get done in the time that it’s supposed to be accomplished.
If we want the best we have to have patience because rushed work doesn’t always turn out to be the best work. Take your time and give yourself credit for what has already been completed. Don’t let what you don’t have diminish what you already do have!
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