A single locust won’t do much damage, but a plague of them will destroy an entire field.

A single bee won’t collect much honey, but a hive of them will fill up jars.

A single wildebeest seems unimpressive, but watching them migrate in their thousands is one of the great sights of Africa.

A single action won’t do much to get you closer to your goals.

It won’t be particularly remarkable.

In isolation, it will hardly seem worth the effort.

But multiply that single action with dozens, thousands of consistent, persistent actions and you may just change the world.

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