To Continue Trying Or When To Give Up?
How many times should you try to do something, if it is not successful on the first try? Here is an interesting point of view regarding this matter. It probably depends on what you are doing, maybe there is no general rule for every aspect of life? But in most cases when you want something achieved, the answer to the question of when to stop trying is … NEVER! You should never ever give up your dreams and you should reach them or die trying. The only way it’s 100% sure you will not get to where you want to be is to stop trying to go there. And this is a pure fact. Quitting is the only way you can eliminate all of your chances for reaching the desired result. This statement doesn’t even need to be proved. It’s like axioms in mathematics. You may have heard this great phrase: “Winners never quit, quitters never win”! This is how one should approach things not only in business but in any other sphere. Did you know how many times did Thomas Edison try, when he was trying to invent the electric bulb? 1 000 times? No… 5 000 times? Still no… He tried the astonishing 10 000 times before he reached success. But this number tells something more. It says that he would have tried even more times, he would never quit. This is why he became the inventor of this revolutionary device. Another cool example is Sylvester Stallone. Everybody knows who he is, but not everyone knows how he got there. Don’t miss reading his inspirational story here.
On the following infographic, you can see how many times some famous people tried before they made it. It’s created by FoundersandFounders.com and give a pretty nice answer to the question: “When to give up?”.
How Many Times You Should Try
So, if you want something, continue trying and never quit! If you combine this ‘Never give up’ thing with the most critical success factor, you can achieve miracles. What do you think about that? You can share your thought in the comments box below. Please share this article on some social network if you enjoyed it! Thanks!