We know the hare and tortoise story but are there other variants of "slow and steady wins the race"?
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The Facts on File Dictionary of Proverbs (1983) suggests these, under the heading "Perseverance":
Linda & Roger Flavell, Dictionary of Proverbs and Their Origins (1993) adds this one:
On the somewhat related subject of patience yoked to perseverance (that is, of not trying to do too much all at once), we have these options: