Permanent persistence

by Daniel · 0 comments

“Most of the important things in the world have been accomplished by people who have kept on trying when there seemed to be no hope at all.”

– Dale Carnegie
I certainly do not claim to have accomplished anything great for mankind in my lifetime.  But I will say that I am a fighter, I simply do not recognize the word “NO”.  Ask my parents!  If I hit a dead-end I find another way.  If it becomes apparent I am banging my head against the wall, I readjust, realign and recommit to the next step.  Now this could be hazardous if I am in pursuit of something harmful but in the recovered life it is helpful.
We are the most driven people on the face of this earth.  When I hear someone tell me they can’t do it, I cringe.  I know they can do it and do it well!  I know that they have the capacity to be honest, open and persistent.  I know that they can tough it out like no one else!  As much as they have a low tolerance for pain in the early stages, they can endure like no one else.  How do I know this?  Through years of being an example, through years of seeing others in my same situation do it as well.  I know because I had examples before me!  “I Can’t” is really “I Won’t” in disguise.  When we recognize that we begin to win!
Go, Go, Go…
Dan 🙂
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