We’ve all heard the stories about people who gave up when they were only inches or days away from their intended target. If they only knew. If they only persisted.
This is not always the best reason to persist.
You may be years away from your goal, so clinging to the hope that success is just around the corner could be a false on.
We should persist because what we’re doing or attempting is absolutely what we know we’re meant to do. And doing anything less just won’t complete us.
Persist because you love what you’re doing!
Persist because you care … a lot!
Persist because one, five, ten years from now you don’t want to look back and say, “If only…”
Persistence is your will to succeed. It’s an adopted habit.
Sometimes we persist because it’s beyond our control; it just happens because we’re so inspired. Other times we must force it. Persistence is work…hard work.
Resolve to persist. If you know that what you’re doing is the right thing, then you have no choice.
On your mark … get set … persist!