Friday, 19 February 2021

How To Be Persistent

JANY
How To Be Persistent


When in your life have you ever needed to be most persistent? Perhaps you've got been trying to find employment , pursuing a better education degree, losing excess weight, training a puppy, raising a toddler , learning a replacement skill, writing a book, starting a business, developing a process, working to seek out sales, trying to find something you lost, recovering from an injury, growing a garden, etc. In these examples, there's a difference between just making something happen within the moment. all of them have a length of your time during which a vision or goal is about and regular work is required so as to get the specified outcome.

There are many characteristics and attributes of 1 who is persistent: determined, focused, hardworking, confident, motivated, open, adaptable, driven, etc. However, when thinking what persistence is basically about, it's most current when faced with a real challenge requiring an individual to dig deep within themselves to realize something not easily attained. Persistence could be summarized by these three keys. 

*#. Hungry Vision. Clear sight or objective of something wanted or imagined.

*#. Consistent Action. Regularly moving action forward.

*#. Resilient Drive. Pushing through the obstacles or overcoming barriers. 

1. Hungry Vision:

The word vision is usually used for future focus. "What is your vision for the day?" "What is your vision for the organization?" "What is your vision for your kids?" "What is your vision for the program?" Often we mention vision as seeing the potential for something so as to style and make it. "Hungry vision" however may be a deep inner desire and commitment to realize something. it's not passively creating. it's not openly wandering. it's not an honest intention or idealistic wish. it's an indoor resonance to focus and attain success or master the challenge. you've got to ascertain it clearly. you recognize your "why?" you're clear on what success seems like and realize it will take work. you're dedicated to doing what it takes to form it happen. this is often the hungry part. it's an ever-present craving that keeps you focused on your vision. 

2. Consistent Action:

It's not random action, action once you "feel" love it or action when it's convenient. Rather and more likely, it's the daily action that chips away a touch at a time toward the goal. An example is that the little steps a baby makes learning to steer . there's usually failure and set back, but also effort, repetition, intentionality, and progress. It doesn't happen with hit or miss activity. there's a fanatical and committed resolve to focus and move it forward. 

3. Resilient Drive:

There's an old phrase, "Nothing worth having comes easy." there's truth within the belief that what we exerting for has more value. Thinking back in your life, what are you most proud of? Consider things that are given to you versus belongings you had to figure for. It required a private "push" and skill to "come back" when feeling discouraged, overwhelmed or weighed down. It took great self-talk and confidence to "get back up" and "keep going". We had to erupt obstacles, overcome fears and rise to new heights of private potential. We had to toil and dig deep for the resolve to end . we've an excellent sense of accomplishments for these achievements; they stand out as personal "highs" in our life thanks to the many investment of your time , energy, and work. We are pleased with the success and truly attaining the vision that was set. 

Persistence are some things which will be a part of our lifestyle . Recently a retired leader shared his personal commitment and persistence to getting up every day at 4:30 AM to run and confine shape. He doesn't "have" to, but he "wants" to because it's a part of the discipline for the life he wants to steer . 

Persistence may be a healthy attitude and energy we will employ for those "big" things also as anything we are up to. What would your life appear as if with deeper resilience? What would you accomplish? 

With all that said one note about drive and persistence. Usually, persistent achievers are during a constant state of humble learning. However, sometimes persistence can take an obnoxious swing to "hard-headed stubbornness" if one gets hijacked by their ego and is unable to listen to feedback and other perspectives. sometimes immaturity can misunderstand persistence as permission to bulldoze and be very independently focused on your mission, losing regard for the planet and relationships around you. Keep yourself during a humble state that's hospitable learning and reflection. this may support you as you pace yourself toward the goal. you'll then be ready to hear and yield to inputs which will support the sustainability and success of your mission while respecting and staying in synergy with the people around you. Surround yourself with wise mentors and confidants that do not just tell you what you would like to listen to , but offer you candid and honest feedback, even when hard to embrace. sometimes our ego can become blinded by our passion or drive. it's a present to be redirected and challenged once we are pressing the incorrect direction or within the wrong way. As Anthony J D'Angelo said, "Never let your persistence and keenness become stubbornness and ignorance." 

So with a spirit of learning and openness, consider what's a noble and hungry vision you would like to aspire to achieve . Determine what's the consistent action you'll get to fancy stay the course. Commit and feel in your gut the resilient drive needed to hurdle the obstacles and stay the course making wise adjustments along the thanks to accomplish the goal.

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