Cultivate the habit of tenacity. You may be required to do the same things again and again before you can see the desired results.
Do you harness the power of repetition in all your dealings? Or are you averse to doing the same things again and again?
Are you bored with repetition? Is tenacity your style? Or do you find it grievous to do the same things again and again?
Do you adopt tenacity when contrary winds blow your way? Are you willing to keep at something till it yields the desired result?
Are you willing to do the same thing over and over again? Do you regularly fortify your efforts with tenacity?
Do you have the habit of doing the same thing again, and again, and again? Is tenacity your regular practice?
Success is often hidden in the monotonous and boring, which is why only few find it.
Do it again: Sometimes, your actions fail at a certain time because of hostile circumstances. If, however, you repeat the same actions under a different set of circumstances, you are stunned by the result.
Jesus did not succeed just because He was God in the flesh; He succeeded because He applied the principles of diligence, commitment, focus, and tenacity to His mission.
To move beyond just accomplishing a task and to perform excellently requires courage, as well as an evolution of the mind.
Focusing more energy on what is working.
Enduring personal success is the eventual consequence of doing so many things – both big and small – right over a protracted period of time. Its an accumulation, a convergence in time, of several consistent (as opposed to random and erratic) success actions.