keep your eye(s) on the prize(redirected from keep one's eyes on the prize)
keep your eye(s) on the prize
To remain focused on a particular goal or award, especially when the path to it is long or arduous. You rookies better not be worn out already—we've got another two periods to go if we want to win the Stanley Cup. Keep your eyes on the prize! I studied hard for midterms, keeping my eye on the prize of being named valedictorian.
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