The Golden Gate bridge, the Mona Lisa, the Sistine Chapel, and the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
Best-selling books, cutting-edge technology, and world-class businesses.
Most them, if not all, took years to build or to create.
Even before the remarkable people behind them were able to actually see and feel them, they worked tirelessly on them. For years, they were blind as to how their works would actually turn out.
Yet, they proceeded with confidence. They proceeded with abandon. They moved forward despite years of uncertainty and discouragement. They acted on days when they were feeling uninspired and unmotivated. They never lost sight of what they knew they could accomplish.
The success you're trying to achieve may already be years in the making. Maybe you still cannot see the finish line after years and years of running. Maybe you still cannot comprehend how things will fall into place.
Keep running anyway. Keep moving forward. Keep acting even when you cannot see your success or your finish line now. It's not your job to understand. Your job is to act.
Success doesn't come to those who already stopped working, acting, and moving towards the finish line.
And that's probably how the greatest works of art, the greatest masterpieces, the greatest structures, and the best businesses were created.
Are you ready to spend years working on your masterpiece?