Slow and steady wins the race…. but fast and consistent… [video]

Be careful with turns of phrases like “slow and steady wins the race”. You can take twenty years to do something, ten years, one year or you can take just a week just as long as you aren’t sacrificing quality with speed. Slow and steady doesn’t always win the race. I prefer this…

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1 Comment

  • Adventago

    Reply Reply November 21, 2020

    YIKES!!! you must be really strong its good that you are still staying really active

    I remember getting that quote from the nursery story the torture and the rabbit

    That very true sometimes people get a little too complacent and say the excuse ‘I have time”

    LOL it looks like it too that’s too funny

    Thank you for this video Jim Edwards have a great day from your friend Adventago 🙂

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