Success isn’t always measured.

It should be.

It’s all too easy to get lost in the urgency and importance of the present or the vivid visions of the future.

The danger there is that is forget how far we’ve come. Or worse, dismiss it.

This can be very harmful for us and deadly to our goals.

When progress seems slow and the path looks long, don’t neglect to look back on your journey and congratulate yourself on how far you’ve come.

As Dan Sullivan points out: The gap is easy to see but we have to take time to measure the gain.