You choose the progress you make.
If you’re willing to buy the pickaxe and mine for the gold life has to offer, you can be richer than forty thieves or a greedy dragon.
What sacrifices are you willing to make to set your heart ablaze?
Beginning with the end in mind means more than focusing on how you want to be remembered, but on what you do that makes you worth remembering in the first place.
“Begin with the end in mind.” Stephen R. Covey, 7 Habits of Highly Effective People This second habit starts with something seemingly ominous, focusing on the end of things. As one who’s put too much stock in an unpredictable, undetermined future, I initially shrugged off this principle. In returning to it a second time, with different…