Push Through With Persistence

Persistence on a cold beach

Post Written By Eugene Morgan

“Persistent people begin their success where others end in failure.” — Edward Eggleston

In other words, we don’t have to give up but to stay with it because the day we give up, might be the day we succeed. Persistence is moving through trial times when we want to surrender. Persistence is learning how to be comfortable in an uncomfortable situation. Persistence teaches us how to handle our struggles, our battles within us. Persistence is not afraid of obstacles. As long as we see that persistence is helping us to make further progress in our quest to succeed. Failure doesn’t mean that we have given up, instead is just a milestone to success. Persistence is our determination to move uphill despite a windy day. Persistent people are willing to learn from their mistakes and make sacrifices. Great labor is inevitable if we want to succeed in life

 

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