“Not at all,” he said. “You do something all day long, don’t you? Everyone does. If you get up at seven o’clock and go to bed at eleven, you have put in sixteen good hours, and it is certain with most men, that they have been doing something all the time. They have been either walking, or reading, or writing, or thinking. The only trouble is that they do it about a great many things and I do it about one. If they took the time in question and applied it in one direction, to one object, they would succeed.
How Thomas Edison Described His Most Productive Days as an Inventor
Thomas Oppong
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This is pure gold! We are all awake and doing something, but our efforts and thoughts are scattered over multiple topics. If we were to focus on one thing it would indeed lead to great results!

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