Sunday, September 28, 2014

Two Success

Success is a wonderful feeling. I’m sure you've experienced it before. Whether it comes from running across that finish line, getting that diploma, quitting that bad habit, winning that game, or whatever else you can think of; people tend to experience that temporary moment of "hard work pays off" happiness. Right?

It is a great feeling indeed. However, success doesn't come easy. It takes time, dedication and you have to be focused. The following two things may repeatedly happen: You may Fail; You will Try Again.

Success is different for everyone. It's specifically tailored to what an individual wants to accomplish or truly desires. You need to have a want. You have to want to become the director, a teacher, or a famous actor. You have to want to win that championship or be the employee of the quarter. It’s easy to want something. The hard part is actually getting it as you may fail at times.  But you have to learn from your failure. What happens if you keep failing?

If you keep failing, you keep trying!
Persistence overcomes resistance!

“Practice makes perfect”. We've all heard that saying before. Essentially, that’s what you have to do when you keep trying.  If you want to become a director, you have practice, brush up on your skills, and keep applying to that kind of position.  Over time, you will eventually land that interview and get that job. If you want to win that championship, you have to practice, fail during practice, fail at practice again, eventually win at practice, and then you’ll eventually win that championship.

If you truly want to succeed at anything, you must be willing to try again, again, and again until you achieve your goal. This is where it gets difficult for most people as it takes time, dedication, and persistence to get over that wall of failure. It takes time to develop and grow. Success doesn't happen overnight. It happens over time and failure.

No matter what the scenario is, everyone wants to be successful. However, to succeed, just remember to accept these two facts: You may Fail; You must Try Again!

Want to test this out? Try and do 40 push-ups straight! I’ll give you a month to accomplish this.
Eventually you will succeed at this, but I’m willing to bet that two things will repeatedly happen.

Thanks for reading.

Don’t forget to follow and share this!