Giving up in life is the worst thing that can ever happen to any human being. Why do you even plan of being a failure when you are still alive? It’s only people who are not opportune to live their life to the fullest should be the ones mourning in where they are not someone like you that you are still breathing fine and sound.
Do you know that impossibility is the language of fools? Why do you think you can’t make it in life? Is it because of the situation you are going through today? You can change the situation if only you will allow your sight to focus in the right direction.
Stop looking in the wrong direction always and try as much as possible to abstain from people who are not keying into your dream and what you plan to achieve in life.
Make friends with people who have plans for the future because a man with a vision is better than a man with a television.
But why, because a man with television will end up watching a man with a vision in his own television, so seat up friend and think forward.
Don’t let people make you feel as if your own is over because of a little mistake you made in the past. Let them know that truly mistakes can be corrected.
Reasons Why You Should Never Give Up in Life
1. Inspire Others
Be an inspiration for others. Refuse to give up and try your hardest; you never know who is watching. Your hard work and dedication could be the spark that was needed to light the dreams of those around you.
2. Good Things Come to Those Who Wait
We live in an instant-gratification society. At every bend and turn, we expect things to come instantaneously. And when they don’t, we complain and lament about it.
But the truth is that good things do come to those who wait. Clearly, when you give up, you cut yourself off from any potential for success.
That doesn’t mean you can’t experience the ups and downs that come along with progress towards any goal.
It just means that if you give up, you stifle any chance for eventual success. The truth is that it might take longer than you think so you should expect that.
3. You Have Everything You Need
Everything you need to reach your goal is already inside of you. Don’t make excuses, if people can play sports at the Olympic level with disabilities; your short-comings begin to look irrelevant. Always be thankful and move on in life.
4. Success Often Comes When You’re Just About to Give up
There have been so many interviews done with successful people who often reference that inflection point when they were just about to give up. They talk about all the pain and the turmoil of working tirelessly towards their goals.
It’s always at that point, when you’re just about to throw in that proverbial towel, that you figure things out achieve success.
But that’s understandable because it shows the enormity and difficulty in big monumental goals. It also differentiates successful people from those that ultimately give up.
5. Sometimes All You Need is a Little Discipline
It’s hard to achieve success especially when we’re talking about the big multi-year goals. The truth is that most people do give up but not because they don’t want the result.
They just don’t want to do the work to achieve the result. And at the end of the day, all they really need is a little discipline. No. Scratch that. A lot of discipline. If you don’t have discipline, you can’t achieve anything worthwhile.
Why? Because discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishments. Period. Figure out how you can instill the right amount of discipline in your life and go and do it immediately. Is it easy? No. Not one bit. But I assure you that it is worthwhile.