Persistence pays off in the long run, and it’s really the only way you’ll see results.
Think about it this way: If an athlete only practices a sport once every one or two weeks, they won’t have the same skill level and simply won’t be as good at the sport as the athlete who practices every day.
Consistent practice is the only way anyone gets better at anything.
If you don’t do something on a regular basis, you’re simply not going to get better at it because your body and brain aren’t engaging in the activity often enough for it to become engrained in your system. BUT if you take up a new hobby, sport or activity and practice it fairly regularly, you’re going to see a vast improvement in a relatively short period of time.
Why is this? You must train your body to do the new skill you want it to do. That’s why people take classes and lessons to learn new things. No one can just pick up a guitar and start playing like Carlos Santana. One must practice every day for years to obtain the skill level of Santana! In order to achieve great results, you must be patient, because persistence requires a great deal of it.
In order to practice something over and over and over until you don’t think you can do it anymore, takes inner strength. To continue to practice something despite an injury (continue practicing after the injury heals), a headache, a bad day or because you’re just too tired, separates the successful from the unsuccessful. If you really want to get better at something, you must have or develop persistence.
Here is the definition of persistence: Firm or obstinate continuance in a course of action in spite of difficulty or opposition.
Never Forget: Tough times don’t last, TOUGH PEOPLE DO.
What makes you tough?
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