The man who moves a mountain begins by
carrying away small stones.
This quote, used by Jack Canfield in this
book, is one of countless quotations that
verbally illustrate the “magic” of starting
a new journey or project “today.” And “magic”
it is, because sages and successful people have
always emphasized the need to start your process
immediately, if not sooner.
Successful people tend not to understand
doing things “tomorrow.” Even inexperienced
but ambitious people take only a moment to
understand the benefits of acting promptly. Acting
promptly should not be taken to mean hastily, or
without planning, but as an overpowering caveat
to start the job at hand.
Would you like to succeed? Most people do.
And there are no boundaries for choosing goals.
Our goals may include our desire to succeed
in business, academia, societal or personal
accomplishment, humanitarian improvement or
any other field we select. The Premier Experts
who have made their journeys to success in this
book share with you the importance of getting
started and the potholes to avoid.
This is why the title of this book, Success Starts
Today, is reflected so appropriately in the famous
words of Martin Luther King, Jr.:
You don’t have to see the whole staircase,
just take the first step
See What People Are Saying
This book changed the way I think about marketing!
My business nearly doubled after applying this information!
This should be required reading for all business majors.