The ease of getting some goods by purchasing them via a credit system through a simple process, make a lot of people decide to employ their system. Credit system to get some item is not a new issue anymore. There are reasons why people use this system to get any item they want. One reason is that the price of the item is generally higher than their purchasing capability to pay by cash.
In using this credit system, we must pay some monthly fixed amount of installment for some fixed period of time, and we will inflict some penalty if we fail to do that.
Similarly it goes for anyone who desires to be successful. Actually we can “pay in installments” to get the success we want. For example, if you want to speak good English or Mandarin, you must learn English or Mandarin continuously without any long break. And you learn it little by little as by installments, once ot twice a week until you pay it off/you master the language. You needn’t to focus your time and energy too much in one special time to learn, because you do it little by little/in installments.
The same process should be taken if, for example, you want to be promoted to some position in your office. You must “pay off the price” by showing your best attitude, action and discipline day by day until comes the time when your boss thinks you have “paid off the price” and the position you are after is eventually be given to you.
The concept of installment in this case is naturally different from the concept of installment to purchase some goods. The difference lies in the fact that by buying some thing via some credit system we can own the item in advance before we pay off the price. But to get some success, we have to “pay off the price” first by commitment and hard work, and not until then can you get the success. And still, to buy via credit system or “to buy success”, you must pay the installments routinely and consistently each day or each month.
So, when will you start “praying your installments” to get your success?
“My success is achieved step by step by working hard every day.”