We are all faced with different challenges as far as climbing the ladder of success is concerned in our daily life, career, business, dreams and aspiration but to mention a few, is all about success because failure is the initial outcome during the struggle for success so life is all about success.

    A lot of people will second-guess themselves and they’ll bail out and quit, just because what they try at first doesn’t work. They consider it a permanent failure, but all they need is a little attitude change, a mindset change, or what we call a “reframe.”

    Instead of saying, “This is failure” they can say to themselves, “I produced a result” and “This is only temporary.” This change in perspective is going to change the way that they feel and how they mentally process and explain the experience. It turns into a learning opportunity and valuable feedback for a course correction instead of a failure, and that drives continued action and forward movement.

    It’s all about your results and your interpretation of those results, people who habitually give up have an explanatory style of permanence. For example, they hit a plateau in their progress and explain it by saying, “I cannot get there” or “I don’t belong there, it is for some guru.” These explanations imply permanence.

    Other people hit the same plateaus and encounter the same challenges, but explain them differently. They say things such as, “I need to put more effort in certain areas,” or “I haven’t found the right approach to the problem.” These explanations of the results imply being temporary, if you have tried it a hundred and one ways and failed don’t quit because you gotten a hundred and one ways of not approaching the problem.

    People who see negative results as permanent failure are the ones who give up easily and often generalize their “failure” into other areas of their lives and even into their own sense of self. It’s one thing to say, “I haven’t found the right approach to the problem,” (a belief about temporary behavior and environment), and to say, “I am quitting because my family trend is associated with failure so it is my genetic composition” (a belief about identity with a sense of permanence). Remember, failure is a temporary condition, not a person!

    People who see challenges and obstacles as temporary and as valuable learning experiences are the ones who never quit. If you learn from your experiences, not repeating what didn’t work in the past, and if you choose to never quit, your success is inevitable.

    Nothing could be worse than the fear that one had given up too soon, and left one unexpended effort that might have saved the world so when you come to the end of your rope, tie a knot and hang on, no matter the snare to give up. Anyone can give up, it's the easiest thing in the world to do. But to hold it together when everyone else would understand if you fell apart, that's true strength, keep maintaining this strength from the least seconds it grows into hours, days before you know it you say “ I will quit tomorrow or another day” but tomorrow or another day will never come because you have that strength from within you to hold on.

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