Success Doesn’t Come To You For Free

Never give up! You could be very close to your goal.

Get in your mind – never quit! You may already know or even if you don’t, success doesn’t come to you for free. Success has its price and if you want success, you’ll have to pay that price. Can you pay that price? It takes a lot of sacrifice, be it time or money but something have to give. The thing about it though, you can have your success if you are willing to go to it.

I know it can be hard to keep going especially when you are not motivated but I know from experience that it is time to keep pressing and not the time to stop and as Regina Brett says, “No matter how you feel. Get up, dress up, show up, and never give up.” You could be closer than you think. In fact, you could have already gone miles on the path towards you desired goal, so don’t make quitting now your option. I love what Les Brown says, “When you are not pursuing your goal, you are literally committing spiritual suicide.” What will you do? I hope it is to pursue your goal! Yes, sometimes we do wish that there were short cuts or elevator to success but there is none so we have to give our all especially in the initial stage of our pursuit.

We’ll surprise ourselves when we step up and go towards our desired goal. Remember, we haven’t seen our best yet!

Success is waiting for you.

IT IS POSSIBLE TO GO BEYOND LIMITATIONS. IT MAY NOT BE EASY, BUT IT IS POSSIBLE.

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THE BEST IS STILL WITHIN YOU

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2 responses to “Success Doesn’t Come To You For Free

  1. Richard, if I only had a dollar for every time someone asked me why I do what I do! The journey can be long and arduous yet when we see progress along the way we are more motivated to go the distance. I like your visual here. The person who gives up and turns back too soon was so close yet so far away.

    When we look back through history, recent or years ago in distant past we find notable and historic figures who never gave up on their dream, refusing to acknowledge a brick wall that stands before them. They realized a dream and we can draw from their strength and perseverance to motivate ourselves.

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