(And no, it isn’t spelled wrong 😉 In the UK it’s ‘plough’, in the US it’s ‘plow’. I’ll go with the US spelling today 😉 )
Before a farmer plants his crop, he plows the field to prepare the soil. This turns over the top layer of soil and brings fresh nutrients to the surface. Sometimes he adds fertiliser and plant food, to ensure growth and healthiness for his crop.
Then he plants the seeds, waits for growth and reaps his harvest.
I know that you know. But I’m just going to remind you anyway 😉
We all have plans, dreams and hopes. But we’re never going to see them to fruition if we don’t prepare and then take action. Thinking about them is good. Thinking about the ways we can prepare is good. Researching those ways is good.
But nothing is going to happen until we actually apply them, and get plowing!
It’s not always easy, I know. But there are no rainbows without the rain. You have to start somewhere and at least try!
And remember :
In the words of Jimmy Johnson :