Those who keep going through thick and thin are the ones who stand a better chance of being successful. It is this lifeforce that gives the edge. You have to get used to the fact that nothing is done overnight in terms of real achievement in business.
The vision has to be strong and the belief is what is going to propel you forward. There has to be a burning desire to make it. See the bigger picture and use that to drive yourself forward to reach your final objective.
By achieving success your life relies on a more abundant outcome. This attitude will create a new mindset that boosts your life onward. Step on the gas and accelerate away to become a magnet enticer to getting the job done.
Then keep going by doing consecutive tasks consistently. To climb a mountain repetitive action, needs to be consistent in order to scale the rock by creating incisions at regular intervals where needed to climb while avoiding falling off. Doggedness to reach your destination is what it takes to make it to the top. Forgetting the degree of difficulty, keep going, as persistence is your friend!
A man on a mission is one that knows what he wants and is prepared to put up with the hitches that are faced along the path to freedom. Freedom in the sense that the bigger goal is to make it!
Have a great day!
Prof. Carl Boniface
Through thick and thin (idiom) = To stay with someone or something “through thick and thin” is to persevere through good times as well as bad: “She stood beside her friend through thick and thin.”
Lifeforce (n) = the force or influence that gives something its vitality or strength. "The passionate life force of the symphony." Or the spirit or energy that animates living creatures; the soul.
Propel (v) = push, drive, force, boost, thrust, impel
Scale the rock (expression) = or otherwise known as rock scaling which is generally defined as the removal of loose rock from a slope using hand tools, small explosive charges, pry bars, and other mechanical methods.
Doggedness (n) = perseverance, persistence, single-mindedness, tenacity, resolve, steadfastness, determination, staying power, (ant) apathy
Hitches (n) = snags, problems, difficulties, complications, worries, drawbacks, troubles, hindrances
Put up with (phrasal verb) = to tolerate or endure something. To stomach it or take it. "I'm too tired to put up with any nonsense."
Freedom (n) = openness, inventiveness, nonconformity, frankness, abandon, candor, rough, ease, free expression, (ant) conformity. Freedom provides choice, sovereignty, independence, autonomy, self-determination