Success Is Not A Miracle, It Is A Result Of Your Labour



With time, I have come to realize the practical close link between success and labour. If there is any life phenomenon which perfectly projects Newton third law of motion, then it is success.

Despite how lousy and dicey ‘Success’ seems to be, its reflective relationship with labour is more realistic, intact and true than any sort of resultant relationship mankind has tried to construe between success and miracle.

You do not miraculously achieve anything you have not in one way or the other geared efforts toward. It simply does not work that way with success even if you think it does with many other things in life.

The straightforward relationship between labour and success has over the years been proven by experience and the outcome of mankind’s endeavours.

As much as you do not expect to put ‘gravels’ into a bottle and later open it to find ‘ sugar’, so should you not expect to put minimal effort into whatever you are doing and expect to achieve greatness.

Our success is simply a reflection, a throw back and above all, a reward for our labour. Your input to a larger extent determines your output. There is a strict corresponding relationship between labour and success. The reaction you receive (success) is just the result of your action (labour).

If such is the strict relationship between success and labour, where does a miracle come in then? Why do we continue to put less effort and dedication in things but still expect maximum returns? It does not work that way and this explains our struggle to achieve success in life.

To be therefore successful in whatever we are engaged in, we must remember that output (success) is fully dependent on input (labour).

Leave miracle out of your chase and gear up all your efforts towards the realization of your goals. It is only in this way that you will see and achieve success.

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Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri, Esq
I am a Hedonist, Contrarian, Traveller, Lawyer, Atheist, Thinker, Writer, Minimalist & a Professional Truth Sayer.


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