It is difficult to find any one in the world who has made a place for themself without constant struggle to reach their goal.
Therefore, we do not have to rest for a moment in our thought of what we are.
Learn to focus and dismiss distraction when it's time to get to work.2. I was whining to a friend when I was younger that I wished I were more confident.
He looked at me and said: "Kevin why don't you just to be confident." I did and have not looked back since. The most successful people have shown their boldness by waiting while everyone rushes an opportunity too early. True success and best served among friends and teammates who share in the glory and accomplishment.
We do not have to rush in life but go gradually and steadily, persist in the face of difficulties, be patient and wait for results and have faith and courage in ourself.
We should never be discouraged and never give up, do our best in all what we do, and seek the help of others when the need arises.The last thing you want is to trip on your own feet and let it get away or worse, be the immoveable object in the path to success.Here are five tips for getting out of your own way on the road to success.1. If you truly want to win the big game, you can't be sloppy.“Man should be content with each step of progress merely as a station” and “without struggle there is no progress” (see self motivation by Orison Swett). It's just sometimes the excuses come whether or not they are valid.In life, there is no difficulty, which we cannot overcome when we are really determined.Yet many of us fail in big and small ways because our determination was never strong enough.Whenever we do this, we weaken the force which will propel us to reach our goal. It is the fore-runner which clears the way for us to reach our goal.However, there is no surer road to success than moving along the path of those who have succeeded.We should say each day to ourself that “my place is higher up” by having big dreams and vowing to get there.There is nothing so important in our life as our mental attitude towards ourself and what we think of ourself.