Wednesday, July 9, 2014
When your efforts bring disappointment, the worst thing you can do is abandon those efforts. Keep making the efforts, and eventually you’ll work your way to the results you desire.
Quitting won’t end your frustration or despair. On the contrary, quitting will just lock the frustration and despair permanently in place.
Instead of giving up, make the commitment to work through. Work through the disappointments, work through the discouragement, work through the frustration and work your way toward success.
When you feel like stopping, like you’re hitting the wall, keep going. Keep going and you’ll get through that wall into a more creative, productive state of flow.
You’ve worked your way this far, and you certainly have it in you to work on through the problem, or discouragement, or disillusionment or whatever. Your focused, committed effort will get you to the other side.
Engage the ability you have to work through. And nothing will be able to stop you.
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