Motivation is like gasoline.  If you only have a few drops of it, there isn’t much combustion. A trail of gasoline drops doesn’t fuel anything.

If you have sporadic motivation, it doesn’t get you far either.  You need to have a concentration of dedication — time on task long enough to get into it — for the energy to grow exponentially.

Don’t put just a little effort into something and expect your brain to rev up any more than a drop of gas would propel a motor.  Motivation and gasoline come by the gallon.

— beth triplett

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