What’s Your Effort?

We’ve all heard the saying if at first you don’t succeed, try again. Well in order to not succeed (fail) at something you had to at first put forth some kind of effort to try, right? Not necessarily, maybe you didn’t put forth any effort at all and that’s why you failed, maybe you put forth just enough to get the job done and once again that’s why you failed.

When doing something, why not give it 100%? You may not be completely successful, but people will judge your effort over the outcome 10 times over if you truly try. All I’m saying is don’t half-ass something, give it your full ass LOL! Seriously, don’t sell yourself cheap. Give your all in all you do. You will be happy with the outcome and so will others.

You get what you give

Effort is defined as a vigorous or determined attempt. So, you mean to tell me that if you put forth all this determination to try something, and I mean REALLY pursue something, and you fail you would just say, “well, it didn’t work” and give up? After working so hard for whatever it is, you would give up? Heck no! If I put in all this time and effort I’m gonna keep going until I figure this thing out, now if I didn’t put in any time or determination, yeah it wouldn’t be hard for me to give up because I obviously didn’t want it bad enough.

This isn’t written for the undetermined mind, this is solely for those of us that want to work hard for the things we want in life to better ourselves.  Failure is a part of life. If you don’t fail, you don’t learn. If you don’t learn, you don’t grow. So take the risks, learn from your mistakes and keep going. Remember this, you get what you give.

Have a beautiful day people, give it your all 🙂

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