‘When you fail to do the needful, nothing works for you. Every success achieved, must be caused by hard work, dedication and commitment, to make it possible. A car must first be started, then engaged before it can accelerate, failure to undergo these process, leaves the car stationed. You have to sow first before you can think of reaping. When you fail to sow, don’t expect to reap. Everything in life has been programmed, such that there must be a cause before an effect can take place.
Nothing turns on something, simply tells you that rather than beating around the bush or the surface of anything you are doing, it’s very important you focus on the most important things, that will cause the change you need. Beating around the bush, only leaves you wasting your time because the result you want will not be possible. Something only turns on something, while nothing will never turn on something. Just like in the case of ‘like’ attracts ‘like’ while ‘unlike’ attract ‘unlike’. It’s what you give into life, you get out from it, when you fail to give into whatever you are doing, never you expect something out from it. This is why you have to take the bull by the horn, and do what is necessary for you to produce whatever result you seek in life.
Newton’s third law of motion states that for every action (force), there’s an equal and opposite reaction. This means that for you to turn on something, there must be engagement of force to it and this can come in form of hard work, dedication, focus, commitment etc, to be applied to whatever you are doing to get the reaction, which will come in form of success, result, achievement, fulfillment etc. Nothing turns on something, but something will turn on something. My question to you now is that, what you are doing now, does it turns on something or it doesn’t? You alone
Nothing turns on something, but something will turn on something. My question to you now is that, what you are doing now, does it turns on something or it doesn’t? You alone are in the best position to know.
You will succeed!
Written by: Peter Odianosen Eromosele