Every thought is a seed. If you plant crab apples, don’t count on harvesting Golden Delicious. – Bill Meyer
Every thought is a seed which depicts that you should be more focused on the brainchild that you create. This goes much with the adage that says, you give me six hours to cut down a tree, and I will spend four hours sharpening the axe.
This means that if you focus more on the thought, your implementation automatically gets easier, and so if your chance of gaining success. Each thought is a seed. All you need is to make sure that the seed is right, and if that’s fine, the plant will automatically grow big and yield you the right kind of fruits at the end.
You cannot expect a spoiled seed to yield high-quality fruits. Therefore, if you plant crab apples, you cannot think of harvesting delicious golden apples out of it.
Remember that you harvest what you plant. You will yield as much as you have planted. Put high-quality seeds underneath the soil, and the harvest will eventually get higher. This also means that if you really want to fetch higher returns, you should always be focusing on the inputs that you make.
Instead of focusing on the results, you should give more stress to your efforts, and they will eventually help you reap bigger. If you give your best and still not fetch the reason, you will at least be able to know your shortcomings.
This will help you do better analysis and understand all that you shouldn’t be doing the next time. Do not count on harvesting golden apples if you lag behind in the input. You can yield greater only when you put the right inputs.