Today’s quote inspires action and instills a follow-through attitude.
“Wisdom is knowing what to do next; Virtue is doing it.”
Now, when you first look at this, the wisdom part makes sense. But what part does virtue play in this equation? Virtue, defined simply, is having moral standards.
But look at this way. Say you’re trying to learn a new language or play a new instrument. One of the most difficult hurdles you will encounter is yourself.
You have to dedicate yourself to practice this new skill and actually use it. There is no better way to learn French aside from speaking it. If you don’t, the skill will vanish and all your hard work washes down the drain.
Virtue has to do with being accountable for your own growth. It is a wonderful idea to read a new book or learn a new skill. However, it’s a terrible idea to give up because things get in the way such as work, school and so on. Trust me, I’m speaking from experience.
Long story short, if you want to start a business; first you must understand the steps. That’s the wisdom part. Then, you must hold yourself accountable for getting those steps done and persevering no matter the opposition.
Take it to heart and soar my friends. You can be anything if you put your mind to it.