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Here’s something I’d like for you to remember. It’s called the principle, or the law, of accumulation. It says that everything you and I do accumulates; that is, it builds up and it moves us toward our goal. Or, it can work in reverse. It says everything that we fail to do can keep us where we are or allow us to slide backwards, away from our goal.
What this means is that everything that you do, every second, every minute, every hour, every day, every week, every month, every year, everything that you do that is moving you towards a particular goal is accumulating; and that while it’s accumulating you may not necessarily see the impact or the effect of it at first, but it’s accumulating, it’s building. It’s building almost exponentially. You may have to work very hard for a period of time and not see many results. But remember, it’s accumulating. It’s like a snowball. The bigger it gets, the more powerful it gets, the faster it moves, the more power it has.
All of the actions that you’re taking today, and that you take tomorrow, and you take next week, you may not see the results of them immediately, but eventually, bam, the results hit, and you’re like, “Wow, where did that come from? That just came out of nowhere.” No, it didn’t come out of nowhere. It came from all of those actions all of the time that you took to move you towards that goal. They accumulated, and then you saw the results.
The question here is are you willing to work as long as it takes to do whatever it takes to improve your speech. Because, remember this, the time is going to pass anyway. The time is going to pass anyway whether you do something or not. The only question is what are you going to do with that time. Are you going to be doing something that’s accumulating, that’s moving you towards your goal, or not? That’s it. As long as you understand the time’s going to pass anyway, so am I going to be working towards my goal … Even if I’m not seeing the results right now, am I still going to work towards the goal with the trust and the hope that this thing is going to accumulate, it is going to eventually work?
Or am I going to doubt? Am I going to want to be in a hurry? Am I going to keep finding fast ways to try to achieve my goal, thus circumventing or trying to circumvent this law of accumulation? Because it’s just like standing in a grocery line. You’re ever been in a line and you look over and all of a sudden the next line starts moving fast? You jump over to the next line and all of a sudden what happens? That line stops and the line that you were in starts moving. The same thing when you drive. You have to to make a commitment.
I’m not saying that you should never change or never switch, but you have to make a commitment and you got to stick with something. Are you willing to work for as long as it takes and do whatever it takes to improve your speech? Remember, everything you do counts. It’s all accumulating.