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Where did this quote come from? My mother used tosay it>

"It's not the spurt at the start, but the continued relentless advance that wins the day.

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Google is good at finding these.

Aesop's fables, The Hare and the Tortoise.  The moral you cite would be appropriate, although it is not the classic phrasing.

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