Once there were two political parties. The first one consisted of thousand members whereas the second one consisted of only hundred members.
Though the first party had ten times more people than the second one, its members lacked the zeal and enthusiasm to participate in any kind of social activities. Also, they didn’t go personally to meet people living in remote villages and spread awareness about their objectives and missions. Instead, they only relied on T.V and radio ads that didn’t require any kind of hard-work.
On the other hand, though the second political party had far less members as compared to their competitor, they were very eager and passionate about their work. They took out rallies even in remote villages that helped them build a strong foothold among the villagers. Moreover, they came up with solutions and helped set up infrastructure facilities such as good schools, colleges, hospitals, drainage, and houses wherever possible.
On the day when the election results were to be out, the first party was quite confident of the fact that they would win because they had spent millions of dollars on ads but they were baffled to see that despite of spending money like water, they lost and the second party came to power.
MORAL: A HUGE TEAM WITHOUT ANY ENTHUSIASM IS NOTHING WHEN COMPARED TO A SMALLER GROUP WITH AN ENTHUSIASTIC DRIVE TO CHANGE AND EXCEL