It’s easy to get disappointed that we haven’t achieved our goals fast enough. Or perhaps, we’re so overwhelmed by what it’ll take to get there that we don’t start or we don’t continue. But there’s a famous saying that goes: “Slow and steady wins the race.” Well, what’s even slower than slow is not moving at all–standing still. In which case, there’s no chance of ever crossing the finish line. So, it’s better to move slowly than not at all; and this Japanese proverb is about the value in progress, however big or small.