Two steps forward one step back quotes
Quote by Vladimir Lenin: “It is necessary sometimes to take one step back...”
Max Romeo-One step forward, two steps backwards
But switched around, "1 Step Back, 2 Steps Forward" means that instead of grousing or feeling guilty about a misstep, you can still come out ahead if you put your head down and push forward. Steps back can take many forms: a family vacation, breaks in your routine, personal tragedies, injuries, or that lost weekend in front of the tube.
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Develop an attitude of gratitude, and give thanks for everything that happens to you, knowing that every step forward is a step toward achieving something bigger and better than your current situation. Every wrong attempt discarded is another step forward. If you don't step forward, you're always in the same place. We can choose to be afraid of it. Just stand there trembling, not moving. Assuming the worst that can happen.
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Jane 7 Comments. Occasionally in life we can get so overwhelmed with all of the things we have to do in order to get to the future and reach our goals whilst avoiding the present moment. One thing I know from my own life and the things I have completed from being a professional athlete to going to university or learning yoga is that we only ever have this moment and can take one step or moment at a time. I wonder what life would be like if we enjoyed the journey more and remembered this? Would we slow down, take time out to reflect to find out what is important to us and then have the courage to follow those dreams remembering that we can only ever take one step at a time?
Our age? Our circumstances? Our disparate past lives? I suppose, if you put enough spin on it, anything can sound hopeful. But seriously, there is something thrilling about falling in love with someone just through your written and spoken words.
Recognizing and embracing this has brought me a tremendous amount of peace, because I once believed that progress required a steady, consistent ascent toward perfection. Growing, to me, meant always doing and feeling better than I did the day before. I was seeking permanently better. I wanted persistent happiness—a reprieve from difficult, overwhelming feelings, and a sense that every day of my life, I was one inch closer to the ideal. In this mindset, ever fixated on getting there , and deeply upset by any seeming break in momentum, I constantly felt angry with myself.