Maybe I was giving up before I got in my groove.
I have been reading that our daily disciplines are like the wheels of a steam locomotive. At a complete stop, it doesn't take much to keep the wheels locked up. The pistons only start moving with an incredible amount of steam. This process is slow. At the start movement can be easily measured. Author Darren Hardy states
But once the train starts rolling, the wheels get into a rhythm. If the pressure remains consistent, the train gains momentum and watch out! At 55 miles an hour, that train can crash through a five-foot, steel-reinforced concrete wall and keep on going.Just picture it. Even with adversity and barriers, a train will continue to push forward. Why can't that be me? Or I am making that me. It may be slow starting. My progress may not even be visible at first. But let me tell you, with consistent pressure I will get this body of mine making progress that won't be stopped.
I already see it. I already feel it. This little engine that could is gaining momentum. I am finding my groove and I won't let the twists and turns get me off track.