One day a little boy's father asked him one day:
"What would you like to be when you grow up?"
"I'd like to be the best footballer," replied the little boy.
So the next day, as early as 5 A.M, his dad came into his room and woke him up. When he checked the time he was surprised that his father would wake him up so early.
"Daddy it's just 5 a.m.," he said,
"No my boy. Last night you said you wanted to be the best footballer. If that's going to happen then you've got to learn to wake up early, jog and train everyday. If you do this until you are eighteen, you'll be the best."
Reluctantly, the boy got up from bed and went to jog with his daddy. But that's not the end of the story. He eventually became the best, and when asked how he did, he said, "I owe it to all my dad."
What does this tell you? It's not enough to make a decision for success; you've got to "wake up and run!" You've chosen to be the best; now do it.
For instance, you may have decided to be the best writer in the world; don't just wait for it to happen. Get up and Write now now. Practice writing at every opportunity, and improve your vocabulary. Before long, you'll be the best writer around. This applies to any field of endeavor; once you've made a decision to be the best, train yourself; put your abilities before you and say, "Now I will manage them till I become the best."
Also avoid distractions. You can't spend several hours of your day watching movies for example and expect to be the best in anything serious. Instead of watching the news from sun up to sun down, make up your mind to make the news.
Train yourself; start reading useful materials and invest in your mind. If you want to be the best writer, GET UP AND W|RITE.
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