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This Week's Inspiration
Winners Never Quit and Quitters Never Win!
All of us at some time have wanted to quit on something or someone.
Just yesterday, I was running in a 5 K race. I wanted so much to just walk for a bit, especially in the last mile. All the way to the end, I had to fight the urge to quit. It turns out that I won in my age category by only 2 seconds! If had walked even three steps, I would have lost that race.
So, what are you? A winner or a quitter?
If you quit, your life can be about a lot of near–misses and few victories.
Quitting can apply to every part of our lives. Here are a few examples.
You get the picture.
Many of life's best success stories are about individuals who never quit—especially when their peers gave up.
In the past, I did some speaking engagements for Mark Victor Hansen, co-author of the bestselling “Chicken Soup” series. Mark said that the first book written by himself and Jack Canfield was rejected by more than 25 publishers before their concept for Chicken Soup for the Soul was accepted.
Can you imagine being one of the publishers who said No?
Success was not immediate for Mark and Jack. After their book was published, they did a radio interview every day for over a year before Chicken Soup caught on with the reading public. In other words, they did not quit.
Stephen Covey's The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People was available for several years before it made the bestseller list.
Abraham Lincoln faced many challenges, defeats, and failures before he became President of the United States in 1860—but he never quit.
Nelson Mandela spent 27 years incarcerated as a political prisoner before he was released and became the President of South Africa in 1994. Most of us would have quit long before 27 years.
I mentioned in my previous ezine that many times during the year it took to write my latest book, Why Aren't You More Like Me?™ , I felt like quitting. Even though I felt like it, I did not.
I don't know what you are facing but, in most cases, quitting is not the answer. Last week, I met with a colleague in Orlando, Florida. He shared that just 2 months prior to our meeting, he was unable to walk after a recent stroke. According to his doctor, the only reason he is currently walking, with the assistance of a cane, is his unwillingness to quit.
Quitting or not quitting is a choice and a reflection on the character of the individual. Rarely does it have to do with education, intelligence, or opportunity, but rather your level of persistence, tenacity, determination, and commitment to a vision or goal.
Now even if you have quit on something or someone and feel guilty about it, you can always change your mind and get back on the track of success.
There are exceptions, where changing or quitting is a preferred direction. Choosing not to do something because it does not match your purpose, passions, or values is something different than quitting on a goal or a dream or simply giving up on something you desire.
All of us face challenges. It is our response to our challenges that separates the winners from the quitters.
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