Whilst some days will be great, others will leave the farmer either wishing the sun had never risen or impatiently waiting for the day to just end. But in either case it is always important to try, no matter how badly things may be going, to end the day on high note. Taking one or two positives into the next day helps to create and maintain the desired momentum.
Most farm schedules begin with very early mornings and it is only acceptable that motivation and energy will most certainly be running low as the day draws to a close. When one has been running up and down all morning and afternoon, the easier choice is to just let it all go and face whatever the next day holds. But the easier choice will always come back to haunt them as more and more loads of work are added onto the next day. And when one has too much on their plate, it is only natural that they end up skipping and forgetting even the most important tasks. Farmers can simply save themselves from increased workloads by finding that little bit of fuel to go the extra mile. Apart from freeing up time for other important activities in the following day, giving the day absolutely everything comes with a great sense of satisfaction. One can rest easy at night knowing that not even a single second has been wasted.
And in the case that almost everything has been going wrong all throughout the day, having just one little win at the end of the day is a great mood changer. Therefore farmers should always to take it right down to the wire, right down to the last minute in the search for breakthrough and victory. After all, all good things come to those who wait and every good thing takes time to accomplish.