This sign made me reflect on what we tend to notice as athletes:
Too often, as we look around at the gym, in a competition or while scrolling through social media, we focus our attention on the result. More precisely, the results of the other athletes: their new PBs/PRs in training and success in competitions. We compare these results to ours, and think less of ourselves if our accomplishments don't match theirs. This is not important.
What is important is The Work. Instead of observing the results, observe the work that these athletes are putting in. Not "what" they are doing but "how" they are doing it. Their attitude, their approach, their discipline and daily practise. This is how they got those results. If you want the results, you must first develop your practise.