We give ourselves a goal and set out to reach it. That’s one way to progress.
We see opportunities and take them up. That’s another way to progress.
We do what we are being asked to do. It’s also a way to progress.
The only way to realize progress is to remain aware of the place we started from, the position we are in now and the goal we aim to achieve.
Progress is relative.
The distance defined by the place we started from to the place we want to reach is the distance of achievement.
Progress is between what we have done until now and what still needs to be done.
And yet, the tension between both will not always be the same.