"When will you succeed?" This is a question that lots of people want to know. Today I want to discuss why success is all about action, and how if you keep pushing, you will eventually succeed.
Success must be clearly defined before it can be realized. Everyone might have a different view of success, but if you're like me, you'll keep raising the bar for success.
What do I mean?
I like to set the bar low first, but still something I have not yet accomplished. For instance, my first major goal was to write a feature film. It took me three months. But I did it! Then I raised the bar. My second goal was to make the film. That was so difficult, but I did it! It took me over a year to finish! Then I raised the bar again.
My third goal was to write two good feature films in under one week. I did it! And I felt proud of myself.
Now, this isn't just me bragging about the things I've done, because I have even higher goals... One of which is to sell these things I've made. Anyone can make something but to actually find someone wanting to buy it is a whole different story. I haven't succeeded yet, but I haven't failed either.
I plan to keep pushing to sell these things, because I believe in them. Until I give up, I have not failed. In my view, the only thing which equals failure is quitting.
So don't give up and know that if you don't, you will succeed eventually. As long as you and the people around you believe your product or goal is good, and thou keep working to figure out different ways to achieve the goal.
Hey I'm Martin, and my goal is to help you reach yours. I love writing content about career advancement, marketing strategies, productivity, and much more.