Progress happens unevenly

When we seek to make progress on priorities that matter, the curve of progress often doesn’t follow the curve of action.

We need continuous action over long periods of time to experience significant progress. That progress, however, doesn’t come linearly.

You don’t understand a subject for the longest time. And then it all begins to click.

You can’t seem to get that stroke right for the longest time. Suddenly, it happens.

Your capability doesn’t seem to translate to income for the longest time. Until it does.

Gradually, then suddenly.

The important thing is to keep plugging away.