|Orderly Progress = Power
Many of those who wish to succeed find
relief and an improved attitude from this quote:
"THE TOTALITY OF POWER IS ORDERLY
L. Ron Hubbard
Discouragement and frustration from not
making your goals quickly enough are resolved through orderly progress.
Do you ever get frustrated because your
life is not the way you want it? Perhaps you are trying to skip steps
necessary to reaching your goals. Instead of demanding PERFECTION
TODAY!, focus on orderly progress and your odds of success are much
Do you ever feel overwhelmed? If so,
orderly progress becomes even more important. Confronting huge amounts
of work is not overwhelming when you see yourself making orderly
progress, even in small amounts, toward your goals.
Do you ever feel like you are losing
ground or failing? If you map out your actual goal and move one inch
closer on a regular basis, you have new power.
Do you ever feel like you are treading
water and going nowhere? It is time for you to focus on some orderly
How do you eat an elephant? How do you
move a mountain? How to you reach huge goals? One mouthful, one rock and
one step at a time.
Examples: giving a positive impression to
one more person; learning one more new skill; lessening one bad habit,
investing a few more dollars in savings. Daily progress in a specific
direction creates long-term power when the progress is constant and
If you have been dissatisfied with your
progress in life, or if you feel discouraged, overwhelmed or frustrated,
make a list of orderly steps you can take every day and every week.
Calm, direct, orderly steps.
Once you have your strategy worked out
there is no need to worry about the past or the future—just
concentrate on the present; on the steps of this plan. By putting order
into your progress, nothing and nobody can stop you.
A mountain creek is more powerful than a
granite boulder when the creek slowly and surely wears the boulder down.
Orderly progress toward your goals starts with small, positive steps.
You can generate new power from
this week forward. Deciding to have orderly progress is the first step.