Emerson on Concentration of Effort

July 22, 2020 pwm1

As the gardener, by severe pruning, forces the sap of the tree into one or two vigorous limbs, so should you stop off your miscellaneous activity and concentrate your force on one or a few points.

— Ralph Waldo Emerson (1857, Public Domain)

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