Nevertheless, We Persist...In Our Writing
Persistence is one of the most important skills you’ll ever develop. It’s the ability to work towards long-term goals, even when things get difficult or discouraging. If you don’t have persistence, it’s nearly impossible to achieve success in any aspect of life—including writing a book!
Persistence Is The Ability To Work Towards Long-Term Goals.
The ability to persist is an important skill for success. It’s the ability to work towards long-term goals, even when things get hard or you don’t feel like it. You have to keep going even when you don’t feel like it and you might want to give up. If you don’t keep working towards your goal, then there won’t be any progress made towards achieving it!
You Have To Have Persistence To Succeed In Life.
Persistence is a crucial skill for success. You have to keep going even when you don’t feel like it, because the more you do something, the better you get at it. This doesn’t just apply to one-time events like learning how to ride a bike or play an instrument; it’s also true of things like writing and drawing. If you keep practicing your craft over time, then eventually your skills will increase dramatically!
The principle of persistence applies in various areas of life. A prime example of this can be seen in education. Students who persist despite encountering difficult assignments, such as math problems, are more likely to learn new material faster than their peers who give up too easily. Similarly, persistence can enhance employee productivity in the workplace. By focusing solely on work-related tasks and eliminating potential distractions, such as social media during business hours, employees can better manage their time and complete projects efficiently. This can lead to their ability to prioritize important meetings with clients/customers effectively.
Persistence Is Hard To Build Up All At Once.
Persistence is not a single trait you can work on and then be done with. It’s something that takes time, effort, and dedication to build up. There is no “one day I woke up and I was persistent” moment where suddenly you have all these new skills in your toolbox that make everything easier for you. It is about building up your skills over time so that when things get tough, instead of giving up or getting frustrated, you know how to keep going until the end (or at least until someone tells you it’s okay).
Try Fun Yet Challenging Tasks to Improve Your Persistence.
You have the power to become persistent, and one way to cultivate this trait is by doing things that challenge you but bring you joy. Remember, if you’re not having fun, your persistence may falter, and progress will seem out of reach.
Therefore, if you’re trying out for a sports team and feel uncertain about your chances, don’t give up! Instead, harness your enthusiasm and excitement to improve your abilities. Even if it’s not easy at first, you can instill persistence within yourself by finding motivation beyond your fears of failure. Keep pushing towards your goals, and soon you’ll be amazed at what you can achieve through hard work and determination. Believe in yourself, and nothing can stop you from reaching your dreams!
Practice Persistence by Repeating Tasks Until Successful.
Believe in yourself! You have what it takes to overcome any obstacle. If something doesn’t work the first time, keep going. Perseverance is key to success, and no one ever achieved anything great by giving up. Remember to reach out for help if you need it; there’s no shame in seeking advice from those with more expertise. And don’t forget, failure is not the end result, it’s just part of the journey. If at first, you don’t succeed, keep trying, and don’t be afraid to try a different approach. Every setback is an opportunity to learn and grow. Keep going, and you will achieve your goals!
“The only guarantee for failure is to stop trying.” – John C. Maxwell
Writing Is Hard!
Writing a book is an incredible journey of self-exploration that can be both challenging and rewarding. It takes great courage to put your thoughts and ideas on paper and share them with the world, but remember, your unique perspective has value.
Writing a book is like running a marathon, where every step you take is a step towards your goal. At times, the journey may be difficult, but with persistence, you can push through the challenges and cross the finish line with pride and satisfaction. Your ability to be persistent in the face of obstacles or setbacks is a vital skill, one that can be nurtured and improved. With each setback, you will gain strength and wisdom, ultimately preparing you for greater things. So keep on writing, keep on moving forward, and never forget the potential that lies within you!
You WILL Sometimes Get discouraged, but Never Give Up!
You’re going to experience some setbacks and discouragement on your path to writing success, but don’t let that stop you! Writing every day may not always be possible, but if you keep your goal in mind and stay motivated, you can overcome any obstacle.
Don’t let setbacks or failures deter you from achieving your dreams. Instead, use them as learning opportunities to grow and improve. Remember, with persistence and determination, you can achieve anything you set your mind to!
You may even encounter skeptics along the way who don’t understand your writing aspirations. But don’t let anyone else’s negativity dim your passion and drive. Keep pushing forward towards your goal and know that your hard work and dedication will pay off. Keep writing, and soon you’ll see that those moments of discouragement were just small bumps on your road to success.
In conclusion, you are very capable of achieving your long-term goals with persistence as your driving force. Building persistence requires consistent effort and a willingness to embrace challenges that push you to your limits. Embrace tasks that are both challenging and enjoyable as you work towards your aspirations. Remember, persistence is not built overnight, but with each step, you take closer towards your dreams, you become more resilient. Writing, for instance, can prove to be challenging, but don’t give up! Believe in your abilities and keep pushing forward to achieve your goals. It’s always tough at the beginning, but every time you make progress, you will gain both experience and confidence, enabling you to overcome any obstacle along the way.
Written by Jessica Cassick, M.S., PhD(c)
Jessica Cassick is the CEO of ImagineWe Publishers (Est. 2016), a single mother, a writer, a scholar, and a published author of most of the original children’s Mission Books published in 2018. She uses her writing talent to explore and research a plethora of topics across the publishing world as well as on sense-of-self building, post-traumatic growth, and success. She is a passionate entrepreneur who previously lived life in fast-forward; achieving as many goals as possible with a future-focused mindset. She is now learning to slow down and find balance and peace in the present.