Bit part: (n) a small acting role in a play or a movie.
The word begins with I-m—I’m.
Failure occurs when we are found to be asleep at the wheel when opportunity drives by.
There are no bit parts in life. It is all an issue of whether I’m included.
If I’m included, I’m involved.
If I’m involved, I’m studying the situation.
If I’m studying the situation, I’m finding better ways to accomplish the goal.
Finding these ways, I’m even more excited about my part.
That excitement translates into a sense of energy and all at once, I’m a human battery, generating power to those around me.
As I generate power to those around me, I’m valuable.
When I become valuable, I’m needed.
When I’m needed, I get considered for parts, positions and possibilities that are larger than the tasks I’m presently performing.
I’m called up.
This is the way life was meant to work before we decided that some things just don’t matter.
If you can’t get thrilled about something small and make it better, you never get the chance to do better but instead will always remain small.