Lesson 4: Persistance

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PersistenceAlmost everything worth having in life comes with Persistence, actually this is technically not true, your mum loves Ice cream and we can just go to the shop and buy that, but I’m talking important things, like success.

Persistence is the difference between a winner and a looser, a looser gives up, a winner keeps trying and trying, even when he keeps not getting it right.

Before I had my first success, I had many unsuccess attempts, now had I persisted earlier through the pain, the distraction, I would have probably succeeded earlier, but I didn’t, and I learnt allot of important things along the way.

But that’s just me, there are far more life changing things that have come though persistence.

Thomas Edison (hopefully you know who he is by now, but if not, he is the guy who invented the original light bulb but please listen more in school in future!), he famously tried 2000 times before he got it right, instead of giving up after the first 10 or even 1000 times, he carried on, through the pain until he succeed, and when he did he famously remarked “I did not fail I found 2000 ways not to make a light bulb”..

If Edison had of given up, we wouldn’t have light the way we do, while I am sure we wouldn’t still be using candles, do they even have these anymore, someone else would have invented something else for better or worse if they too had of not given up.

But one thing you should know is you should always Keep trying, Don’t Give-up, work through that pain and persist, nothing good ever came out of giving up but allot of good things came through hard work and not giving up.

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