How long will you stick with it?

How long will you put up with all the work, struggle and pain?

How long will you persist?

 

A great question that so many successful business owners must handle.

How long do you keep going?

 

If you are still going, then you have persistence, and you will prevail.

 

So many never make it in business for this simple fact.

You see, it is so much easier to quit.

It is so much easier just to stop and get a job.

It is so much easier to find something else to do.

 

However, the real entrepreneur is still going, as they know success will come.

They know that if you persist, you will prevail.

 

James Watts spent twenty years perfecting the steam engine.

 

William Harvey worked for eight years to demonstrate how blood circulated in the human body and another 25 years trying to convince different medical establishments.

 

Have we become weak?

Where is this persistence?

 

This is the great difference between those that make it and those that don’t.

Those that make it simply refuse to settle for less.

They will not take the line of least persistence – for them, it only leads to failure.

 

So point one for today – change your mind to a mindset that will accept nothing less than success. 

 

We often look at the great success in the world and do not understand all they went through to get there.

R. H Macy, the founder of the Macy Department Stores, failed at five different professions before his success – whaler, retail, gold miner, stock broker and real estate broker.

 

Point number two is simple, if you really want it, then you have to adopt the simple words, “Nothing shall hold me back.”  If you do, nothing will hold you back, and you will in turn prevail.

 

I talk a great deal about vision and those that know me know I believe without it, you will never get there.  However, just dreaming is not enough.  Purpose and persistence make it happen; they separate those who achieve from those who merely dream.

 

The third point is you need that dream, you need that vision, you need to know what you want.  Then make it part of you; your purpose and your persistence will take you there. 

 

You can get along without many other qualities, but not without persistence.

 

 

As the great success coach Napoleon Hill said:  “No man is ever whipped until he quits – in his own mind.”

 

“I had learned, from years of experience with men, that when a man really desires a thing so deeply that he is willing to stake his entire future on a single turn of the wheel in order to get it, he is sure to win.”

Thomas Edison

 

Remember as we always say, failure is the road to take us there.  Failure creates success.  Are you ready to persist, or are you just going to give up?

 

How long will you stick with it?

How long will you put up with all the work, struggle and pain?

How long will you persist?

 

A great question that so many successful business owners must handle.

How long do you keep going?

 

If you are still going, then you have persistence, and you will prevail.

 

So many never make it in business for this simple fact.

You see, it is so much easier to quit.

It is so much easier just to stop and get a job.

It is so much easier to find something else to do.

 

However, the real entrepreneur is still going, as they know success will come.

They know that if you persist, you will prevail.

 

James Watts spent twenty years perfecting the steam engine.

 

William Harvey worked for eight years to demonstrate how blood circulated in the human body and another 25 years trying to convince different medical establishments.

 

Have we become weak?

Where is this persistence?

 

This is the great difference between those that make it and those that don’t.

Those that make it simply refuse to settle for less.

They will not take the line of least persistence – for them, it only leads to failure.

 

So point one for today – change your mind to a mindset that will accept nothing less than success. 

 

We often look at the great success in the world and do not understand all they went through to get there.

R. H Macy, the founder of the Macy Department Stores, failed at five different professions before his success – whaler, retail, gold miner, stock broker and real estate broker.

 

Point number two is simple, if you really want it, then you have to adopt the simple words, “Nothing shall hold me back.”  If you do, nothing will hold you back, and you will in turn prevail.

 

I talk a great deal about vision and those that know me know I believe without it, you will never get there.  However, just dreaming is not enough.  Purpose and persistence make it happen; they separate those who achieve from those who merely dream.

 

The third point is you need that dream, you need that vision, you need to know what you want.  Then make it part of you; your purpose and your persistence will take you there. 

 

You can get along without many other qualities, but not without persistence.

 

 

As the great success coach Napoleon Hill said:  “No man is ever whipped until he quits – in his own mind.”

 

“I had learned, from years of experience with men, that when a man really desires a thing so deeply that he is willing to stake his entire future on a single turn of the wheel in order to get it, he is sure to win.”

Thomas Edison

 

Remember as we always say, failure is the road to take us there.  Failure creates success.  Are you ready to persist, or are you just going to give up?

 

If you persist, you will prevail.