10 Reasons to Never Give Up by Patrick Bet-David. http;//www.patrickbetdavid.com
Some of the greatest athletes, entrepreneurs and minds, are the people we haven’t heard of because at one point they gave up. The process of going from being an underachiever to over achiever is extremely painful, challenging, and annoying but the final product is priceless.

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Some of the greatest athletes, entrepreneurs and minds are people no one knows about because at one point they gave up. The process of going from being an under achiever to over achiever is extremely painful, challenging, and annoying but the final product is priceless.

Here are 10 reasons why you should never give up.

1. It’s easy to find a reason to quit.

No matter how good or bad your life is going, you can always find an excuse to give up. But it works the other way too. If you look for a reason to keep going, you can find that too.

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2. When you quit, you send the message that you never thought you could do it in the first place.
Actions speak louder than words. In the end no matter what they hear you say, people will watch what you do.

3. Believe it or not, some people will be glad that you quit.
They may not say it, but unfortunately many people you know will hope for you to give up. This is for the simple reason that your dedication to your goal will remind them of their own unrealized potential. Rather than proving your doubters right, let your dedication inspire.

Solution: Here’s a video about the haters in your life.

4. You’ll never know what would have happened if you stuck it out.
You know what happens if you give up — you end up right where you started. The hard part is having the vision to see the reward that lies at the end of the race.

5. The consequences of quitting are a lot higher than sticking it out.
No matter how high a price you’ll pay to keep going, the price of abandoning your dreams carries the greater cost.

6. When you quit, you set a mental precedent to quit again.
Think about a person who has tried to diet and failed several times. Their belief in their ability to lose weight is actually diminished by each abondoned attempt. Quitting and perseverance are both habit forming. Which habit do you want to develop?

Solution: Read this article from business insider on the 11 ways rich people think differently than average people.

7. Anything worthwhile takes time, sacrifice, and effort.
The more difficult the challenge, the more rewarding the victory. The most meaningful accomplishments in life are those that don’t come quickly or easily.

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8. You’re a lot closer than you think you are.
Sadly, many people give up not realizing that success is right around the corner. There are not always clear markers in achieving a difficult goal. The finish line could be just around the next bend.

9. The process shapes you before success rewards you.
Setting difficult goals will stretch you, teach you perseverance and ultimately build your belief in yourself. It is the process that develops you. Greatness doesn’t come overnight, but it is forged by every inch of progress we fight for in pursuit of a worthwhile goal.

10. Life is a lot more fun when you’re in the hunt for something.
We only get one life to live. When you’re fighting for a cause, a dream, or something greater than yourself you will find the enthusiasm, passion and joy that makes life a great adventure. The key is identifying your cause. Read 25 laws for doing the impossible to identify your cause. To see more videos from Entrepreneur Network partner, Patrick Bet-David check out VALUETAINMENT https://www.youtube.com/user/patrickbetdavid

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