“If you quit on the process, you are quitting on the result.” - Idowu Koyenikan
Naturally, we do not like the process. The process means something ongoing, a series of actions or operations conducing to an end. Many of us have dreams and aspirations that we desire to acquire, yet many of us fail to obtain or reach these dreams and aspirations because we decided to quit in the middle of the process.
My mentor, John C. Maxwell explains the Law of Process as such; you develop daily, not in a day. It matters what you do day by day over the long haul. Take on the mindset that each day you are making an investment that will compound into a result over time. Consider the saying, “Rome was not built in a day.”
Anticipate distractions and mitigate them timely.
Decide to be dedicated-committed to finishing the process. Commit to discipline consistently to reach the goal. If by chance you get tired, rest, and then get back on track and remain consistent, be intentional. Nothing comes by happenstance. You receive the result based on continual growth and performance within the process.
No one has the power to stop you from achieving your intended goal. You allow people or circumstances to rob you based on your reaction. Everyone can make it through the process, but not overnight; it requires perseverance. Who is stopping you from continuing the process? Is it you?