LA Marketing On Never Giving Up
SPRINGDALE, AR, April 2014 – When you shoot for the stars you risk falling flat on your face; and while you may bounce back quickly the first time, for many, it becomes more difficult to rise again when the pathetic results don’t match the tremendous effort.
Winston Churchill said, “Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm”.
Well what if you have lost enthusiasm?
What happens if you have hit rock bottom and want to give up?
Consider these four strategies before you throw in the towel:
1. Learn the lesson
What’s the point of experiencing the pain of failure if you’re not going to capture a valuable lesson from it? The more you’re willing learn from failure, the less it will intimidate you. Focus on improving your strategies; “What am I doing wrong?” or “How can I stay more focused?”
2. Revisit your motivation
When things are bad, negativity will keep you from seeing things as they really are. Rather than focusing your attention on all of your deficiencies, take a few minutes to reflect on why you decided to take this journey in the first place. Keeping things in perspective will give you the strength to keep your head up and run against the wind.
3. Make a plan
It’s been said, “Without a plan, there’s no attack. Without attack, no victory.”
The key to triumph is to plan for it. Rock bottom is the perfect place to start building, so while you’re down there, design the blue print for your future success.
4. Keep it simple
Refuse to fall into the trap of trying to make up for all of your mistakes at one time. If your plans for success require a complete mental and behavioural overhaul—start small. Focus on one thing you need to improve, and develop it until it becomes a habit; then move on to the next one. When you’re starting over, you need to recommit to focusing on the process; and if you consistently do so, the results will follow.
If you’re currently suffering a knock; take courage in knowing that anyone who’s ever achieved great things has experienced the pain of being knocked down—so you’re in good company. Take a deep breath. Get up. Get going.
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