The world is filled with people who are more satisfied than those who are not. I’m not talking about food-satisfaction, but success-satisfaction. They are easily satisfied with success. They climb up to a certain rung on the ladder and so long as they have left the ground, they feel satisfied and at ease.
They compare themselves with the mediocre, “Well, I’m better than that guy who is below average.” They measure their success against the failure of others. With an arrival mentality, they swing on the pendulum between survival and average.
On the other side are those who never stop climbing up the ladder. They never know it all. They are those who constantly heed the words of Coach John Wooden, “It’s what you learn after you know it all that counts.”
They never reach the end of themselves, but beyond themselves. They go up the ladder of perfection and KNOWLEDGE and consequently, the radar is so sharp for reflection and detection for them to easily drive the WEDGE.
A wise man said, “If you have achieved all you have planned for yourself, you haven’t planned enough.” Don’t get to that point. Keep climbing up the ladder, and the bright, distinguishing radar of fulfillment will continually shine more intensely on you.
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