If you look at history, what separates the successful from unsuccessful is clear. Winners rise to the top because they have NO QUIT.
There are examples in every business and every industry.
Stephen King’s “Carrie” was rejected by 30 publishers.
Joe Montana was once Notre Dame’s 7th-string quarterback.
Oprah Winfrey was fired from a co-anchor position on a local evening news station.
If those individuals decided to throw in the towel, their lives would be completely different.
Psychologist Sherrie Campbell says: “Success is all about risk. Each time you put yourself and your idea out into the world you risk rejection and criticism, so do not be shocked or dismayed when it happens. Success is about getting knocked down, learning resilience, getting back up and risking again,”
So, what does it take to push through even as the rejections pile on?
You have to be an energy giver, not an energy taker. People want to be around others who are positive and inspiring.
Enthusiasm and a never-quit attitude almost guarantees success.
It can’t be taught. You either have it or you don’t