There’s been times in my life when I felt I should have been making more progress than what I was seeing. For me such seasons compel deep introspection and objective inquisition.
I don’t like excuses so I make efforts to demystify things when I find my performance out of par with my expectations. However, one important thing I’ve learned is that the absence of immediate physical evidence does not always mean nothing is happening in your life.
Things may just be in the process, and you need to give it time.
– Make sure you’re doing the right things.
– Check your methodology, ideology, and practices.
– Be sure you’re doing things right, and if yes, then keep at it.
A seed develops roots before it produces a shoot.