Have You Ever Failed At Anything?

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If you’ve never failed at anything, could it possibly be you’ve never tried to do anything?All our lives consist of ups & downs, do’s & don’ts, negatives & positives and most definitely successes & failures. But in order to fail at anything, you first have to make an attempt to accomplish something.

I hear people complain all the time about how hard times are and then they defeat themselves automatically by saying, “Things Will Never Change.” If one truly feels as though those words are true to them, then no, they shouldn’t try to accomplish anything worthwhile. By stating things will never change, you’ve already given the reason for your failure before you ever try. By doing this you can justify your statement after you’ve failed.

But the real question is, “Did You Really Put Everything In It That You Had In Order To Have A Chance At Success?”

No more excuses. Start where you are, do what you can, with what you already have.

I do believe each and every living human being has a purpose in life. But many of us are operating outside of our gifts or passions. Take a close look at “YOU.” Now ask yourself “What is it that I’m really good at or what is it that I really enjoy doing. Think of something that you enjoy or love so much, that you would even do it for free.

Some of us may have multiple gifts or passions. Decide which one or two of your gifts or passions you’d like to succeed at and then go for it full force with every fiber of your being. And by all means, do not keep jumping from one project to another because something else is shining or glittering much brighter than the project(s) at hand. Believe me, I’ve been there.

Whatever it is that you choose to do, dedicate at least an hour or two working on it for a minimum of forty consecutive days. I got that from one of the experts, even though it took me several years to take their advice. DON’T MAKE THE SAME MISTAKE. I started seeing massive results after I implemented their advice. I will share that article with everybody at a later date.

Remember the old saying, “Rome Wasn’t Built In A Day?” Neither will your gifts or passions. It takes time and effort to build a dynasty. Be patient because success is just around the corner, but you have to keep walking in order to get there.

Please feel free to share what it is you’re presently working on or the project that you’re about to start.

WE R BETTER 2GETHER!