A good beginning is half the task

Key idea: Effort

Meaning: this proverb recommends moving away the laziness beginning in the right way a work, inasmuch as, once the half of it is reached, the main difficulties are overtaken and the second half of the path, that leads to the completion of the task, is easier and faster that the first one. This proverb is commonly used by English speakers, and it has many synonyms such as All things have a beginning, Well begun is half done and The beginning is the hardest.

Other Proverbs

Hacia la Virgen de El Pilar comienza el tiempo a cambiar.
Nunca es tarde si la dicha es buena. / Better later than never.
Atar los perros con longanizas / To tie the dogs with sausages
Cuando fuiste martillo no tuviste clemencia, ahora que es yunque, ten paciencia.

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