Giving up causes you to lose more than you can fathom. The concept of instant success is a fallacy. Always. Hundreds of times, many successful individuals failed. They would never succeed if they chose to give up instead of pushing harder to attain their goals.
You have to be willing to learn from your mistakes and keep trying new things until you find what works for you. That's the only way you're going to grow as a person and achieve your dreams.
What causes individuals to quit up so quickly? People lose up fast because anticipating failure can generate tiredness and the feeling that you will really fail. The key is to recognize that you can and will most likely fail. Failing is an essential part of the process of succeeding. Without failures, there would be no way to improve your work or yourself as a person.
Many people think that if they try hard enough they will succeed at anything they set their mind to. This is not true. If you believe that you can succeed at something, then you will have to work hard to make it happen. But if you don't believe you can succeed, then why should you bother trying?
Sometimes we get involved with people or projects before we are ready. We spend our time and energy on things that we should not be spending our time on. Sometimes we even invest ourselves emotionally or financially in people or projects that we should not be involved with. In order for these situations to work out, someone has to drop something else first, usually their responsibilities towards others or themselves.
When this happens, it is called "walking away from someone or something". You are walking away when you decide that you cannot be responsible for something that is going to cause you too much pain or loss. Walking away can be done consciously or unconsciously.
Take solace in these ten quotations when your only option is to quit up. "Never give up," we're taught our entire lives, by our parents and storybooks, our professors and coaches, our mentors and coworkers. The idealistic concept is that if you work hard enough, you will ultimately receive the desired result. But what do you do when the only option is to give up?
There are many examples of this throughout history. Abraham Lincoln said, "Nowadays everyone wants to be a success immediately. But some people want it more than others. And I don't think anyone has ever succeeded in being a success instantly." Thomas Edison tried over 1,000 different light bulbs before he found one that worked for its intended purpose. Albert Einstein was convinced he had discovered the theory of relativity yet another scientist had already done so. These are just a few of many examples showing that certain people are willing to put in extra effort to achieve their goals.
What about the people who don't try hard enough or don't want it bad enough? They will never succeed no matter how much they try. This is why we need stories that contradict this notion of instant success or failure. Stories that show that even though something isn't easy, it can still be done. Stories that teach us that sometimes you have only one option available to you and that's not giving up but fighting back. Stories that remind us that nothing is impossible.
Loss is not a reason to give up. You must give up something in order to obtain something in return, whether it is material or your labor. You will lose everything if you are unwilling to lose something. You must understand that there is no such thing as "something for nothing."
It's very common for people to want to keep whatever it is they have worked so hard for, but they can't do this because they are afraid of losing out otherwise. They are willing to risk it all in hopes of hitting the jackpot, but chances are they will never find what they are looking for if they don't take any risks.
There is always a way through difficult times, if you will but pursue it. If you give up when things get tough, you will never get anywhere.
Never, ever quit up. I'm sure great things take time. Fear of the road ahead paralyzes us because uncertainty implies that achievement may be beyond our reach. Muxakara and 6 other people found this answer useful. Thank you 3.