When you look at anything worthwhile
that has been created, it seems that whoever it was "lucky" or somehow
predestined to create it. What we don't notice is the day - to - day practice of
sculpting their idea into its final creation.
For some people, this can
take a lifetime, for others, years. In our American culture, we've been led to
believe that "overnight successes" are something to get excited about. But
when you look closer at these "overnight successes", you'll notice one of two
things. First, if they are truly successful, you'll notice that they had been
preparing for years for what finally hit critical mass and seemed "easy" to the
outside world - or Second, some overnight successes have fallen just as fast as they've
risen because they hadn't built the emotional foundation based on life experience that any
great endeavor demands.