Some of the most successful people that I admire have a few things in common. They all took risks, they thought outside of the box and they did not let failures stop them from creating success.
So many times, people will stop short of their goals because they experience failure or setbacks. I have watched clients over the years explain to me why they gave up on their dreams because they felt discouraged or experienced unexpected blocks.
If everyone gave up when things get hard, nothing would be accomplished. Look at the setback as a challenge and ask yourself these questions:
Is this something you are willing to work for?
How important is it to you?
How will your life be better if you achieve it?
Where will you be if you don’t do it?
Success is not always an easy path, there will be pot holes in it. Yet if you want to achieve a goal or make a change, you have to be able to climb out of that hole and keep going. That is the only way things will be achieve.
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Right where I am for sure. At this point in our life, my husband and I are in another transition and will take a great jump out into the great unknown as the Lord leads. Thanks a lot.
Thank you for sharing. Transition and change can be overwhelming, keep in mind the end goal.
Very encouraging!! Reminds me of the commercial I sometimes see that points out people who hit their stride in midlife.
Great reminder to persevere through failure. This is a tough one for me, but I’m constantly telling myself that failure is not the end of a dream. 🙂 Thanks for sharing!
Failure is not the end of the dream, just part of the challenge.