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RE: What If Your Success Was 'Locked-In' At The Moment Of Decision, WHAT Would You Do? WHO Would You Be?

in #success8 months ago (edited)

From my experience and my knowledge, the major part of success is the dedication of those who strive for it. They persist, they continue to work, they keep struggling even when it seems their venture is doomed. Eventually, their efforts will most likely bear fruit.

But maybe the venture fails. Those who give up then are (like me:-) doomed to failure. Those who find another venture to which they can give their full attention stand a good chance of success in this latest venture. Maybe it's the law of averages playing out, or maybe it's karma.

Fight on!

By the way, the above has some fine writing, and was an interesting and excellent read.


Thank YOU so very much for stopping by and gracing me with such amazing engagement, it is more than appreciated my friend. :)

I think you are certainly right about the struggle, without it our goals would come too easy and maybe we would not feel such a sense of accomplishment. Sometimes I believe that even when it looks to others as though we failed maybe we actually learned a truly wonderful lesson, one that serves us well for our next attempt at achieving the things we most desire.

You, Me and everybody else have within us exactly what we need to achieve ((almost)) anything! We must merely tap into that part of us that is willing to do what we must for as long as we must.

Take great care, thanks so much for stopping by :)

My pleasure to engage in this conversation.
Your point about failure being a great lesson is so true. In that sense, failure is just another aspect of growth. In fact, scientists doing experiments realize that a so-called "failed" experiment is not a failure, but a lesson learned and knowledge acquired.

Successes and failures are simply stepping stones on the way to greater knowledge, heightened awareness, and growth.