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Power of Consistency: Turtle and Rabbit Story

Updated on October 4, 2019

Once a race was held in a turtle and a rabbit in the forest. Everyone was wondering how the very slow moving turtle would face a fast-moving rabbit, everyone was thinking that this race is useless and the turtle will be defeated badly.

On this side the rabbit was very enthusiastic, he was teasing the turtle again and again that hey crazy you can never beat me even in a dream, but the turtle was very calm, he knew that he was Slow but Consistency in his move. Yes, he knew that I would have to keep trying constantly, only then would something happen.

The race was about to start in a short time and the whole forest was overflowing today to see this race, everyone was laughing that the turtle would lose badly today.

This race was flagged off by the elephant and thus the race started. The rabbit ran with his vigor and the turtle started moving with its slow speed, in a short time the rabbit had completed half the race and was ahead of the turtle Had left

The rabbit was very excited, he stopped and looked back, he could not see the turtle anywhere, so he laughed in his pride and thought that it would take a long time for the turtle to come here even till then I eat grass

He ate the grass around there and thought that let's not see the turtle still, so take some rest under this tree, thinking that he slept comfortably under the tree, due to the cold wind coming from the river nearby rabbit Got a deep sleep.

Towards this end, the turtle slowly started moving towards its destination, now it had reached the place where the rabbit was sleeping very comfortably, taking advantage of this opportunity, the tortoise kept his move continuously and continued his goal. And kept growing.

On this side, the rabbit woke up and saw that a little time had gone by in his little rest, he looked back and forth but did not show him the turtle, now he ran aimlessly in panic and ran away.

As soon as he reached the finish line and saw that the turtle had already reached there and all the animals were celebrating the victory of the turtle together, seeing that the rabbit's heart did not understand that. It was how he lost the race to a turtle.

In this way a fast-moving rabbit was defeated by a slow-moving turtle.

The secret of success is also hidden in this short story and today we will talk about this success secret here.

We are also fast like that rabbit and this is a very good thing, but not just fast or high speed success, we have to be Consistent like a turtle. If we want to be successful in this fast-paced era of today, we have to keep going without weary, without losing we have to keep moving forward towards our goal and continuously like a turtle.

In today's era of fierce competition, we often start with great intensity and enthusiasm, but we are not able to move forward with constant consistency and hence we are not able to achieve our desired success.

Whether we want to learn something new, want to study or want to advance in career, we have to be Consistent but often we all want to move forward and succeed but most people are not able to be Consistent and fail because of it is .

So if we have to succeed, grow, move forward, then we have to be Consistent.

''Any person who has the quality of consistency can also achieve success by ripping mountains''

Just as if the water continues to move on a stone, then the shape of the stone also changes, just as we also keep moving continuously, we can reach impossible goals and Virat Kohli is the best example of this, we are seeing that today Virat has become the best Cricketer in the world and the reason is his Consistency.

We get a very valuable Success Secret from this story and that is Consistency.

If you want to achieve success then keep doing your efforts continuously, without losing, without stopping, and keep moving forward again and again.

''It doesn't matter how fast you are walking until you stop''

No human should ever lose his enthusiasm even if he should continue to fight slowly slowly.

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