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8. Leap Of Faith

“Take the first step in faith. You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.”
… Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Plan and take action : a note by Darren P

When a warrior marches to battle, he can’t be certain of the outcome. He can train meticulously. He can wear the very best armor.

He can surround himself with disciplined soldiers. He can have a brilliant battle plan.

But one errant arrow can end it all.

He can’t be certain how it will all turn out, but he marches nevertheless.

He still prepares as best he can. He still enters the fray with hope and faith.

He is a warrior. That’s what he does.

If you’re waiting for certainty before chasing your dreams, you’re in for a long wait.

So, in the uncertainty, train hard.

Grab hold of the tools that you need for success. Surround yourself with good, positive people.

Plan well and then, take a deep breath and march into battle.


Dream big, plan well, start small, but most of all, start….

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