Frog on a log

English: The Red-eyed Tree Frog (Litoria chlor...
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“Once upon a time, two frogs were sitting on a log in the middle of a lake, and one frog decided to jump off, how many frogs were left sitting on the log?”

Answer: Two frogs.

Why? The same reason only 3% of the population set and actually achieve their goals or maintain positive, well-intentioned change in the first place.

I came across this recently – and it appealed to me.

Deciding is easy; moving to action is the hard part.  But sitting on the log isn’t progress.

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