The lazy man does not
roast what he took in hunting, But diligence is man’s precious
possession. Proverbs 12 (NKJV)
is an ardours task, makes no difference whether it is Warren Buffets hunting
the next business to buy or a hunter targeting games in the amazon jungle. It
could even be an applicant targeting a job with a company of interest. In every
case the hunter seeks to understand the tradition of the game. It’s important
to finds out their hangouts and drinking holes. Every game has a playground and
knowing everything there is to know about the game, the hunter decides his best
plan, it’s not unusual for some hunters to go in the night; hoping to catch the
game by stealth, he approaches under the cover of darkness. Some hunters have
been known to go for days, sleeping in the open exposed to the elements and
untold risks for the hope of returning with a wild boar.
imagine the same hunter returning home only to leave the game on the kitchen
floor to rot. This is the implication of not finishing what you have started.
many reasons why we fail to finish what we have started; run out of time,
resources etc. Sometimes, it’s become a habit to jump from one project to
another; you start something, get bored and move on. Once you realise this is
your nature, make a commitment to break it. Some other times, we simply run out
of steam or lack the required skills to finish the job, it’s not wrong to buy
the skill required for the last 5 or 10 percent of the task.
it’ll help to remember that the rewards are given at the end of the task. For
most things in life there is no benefit until you hit the finish line. Roasting
your catch is a time sensitive action; don’t be lazy, do it now.