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Brick by Brick

Posted on: November 20, 2012

If you can lay a brick, then you can lay another one. The idea of laying one brick is to create a void and need for the next brick. When writing a book, you start with a chapter which starts with a sentence with starts with a word which starts with an idea.

We sometimes forget that the greatest of accomplishments were never accomplished in sessions of buildings, but as a brick at a time.

Rather than focusing on the sky, start with a strong foundation for when the grassroots are firm, the building is secure, but jump this step and you have a shaky building. Rather than focusing on changing the masses, start with reforming yourself rather than concentrating on getting more customers, think about making one customers experience exceptional. Rather than trying to do 1 million things, just do one efficiently and effectively for that building can only rise brick by brick.


Lee Kariuki



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