When should I give up as supposed to persevere forward? Am I wasting my time following a dead dream or is there still light at the end of the tunnel? All those questions can only be answered with due time, which is why it’s often called a leap of faith.
People who have failed then succeeded have always taken the leap of faith, to trust in their own intuition and in themselves. If they quit however, it would have been a different story altogether.
You often hear of people having a “do or die” attitude in life and that’s very important to your success because it teaches you to fight for what you MUST believe in. This “do or die” attitude sets the tone for someone to work extremely hard, never give up, and eventually get a taste of their long awaited success. People who have failed then succeeded know the risks involved but they realize that it’s better to try for greatness than to submit to failure.
People Who Have Failed Then Succeeded
It is impossible to never fail. In fact, you’ve probably failed in doing something today, whether that be failing to wake up on time or failing to make yourself breakfast. People who have failed then succeeded are people no different from you nor I. They are simply average people who don’t know what it means to quit. If you simply do not give up, you’ll get there!
“Before success comes in any man’s life, he’s sure to meet with much temporary defeat and, perhaps some failures. When defeat overtakes a man, the easiest and the most logical thing to do is to quit. That’s exactly what the majority of men do.” ~ Napoleon Hill