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5 Secrets To Staying Persistent MRR Ebook With Audio

5 Secrets To Staying Persistent MRR Ebook With Audio
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Introduction

Everyone, at one point in their life or another, have set goals they want to achieve. Unfortunately, more times than not, we seem to work endlessly toward our goals, but never quite accomplish them. Eventually, we may even begin to realize the great hurdle we're facing and give up on achieving our goals. This can lead to you feeling defeated, worthless, and like a monumental failure.

Everyone who has ever achieved success in their lives has done it through persistence. Persistence is at the very core achievement. Those who have managed to find success know that even if they fail, they have to get back up and carry on. They never give up. Unfortunately, for the majority of us, staying persistent can be extremely challenging. In the face of challenges, it can be hard to remain persistent.

Being able to imagine success vividly is a way to remain persistent on your path to success. And, since persistence has been shown to be at the heart of every successful person, it goes without saying, that your ability to clearly envision your dreams has a lot to do with your chances of success.

The Importance of Persistence

If you want to reach your goals, you have to harbor an unwavering resolution to see it through. Persistence is central to every goal that you have in life. Without this single

core tendency, it can be straightforward to give up when the going gets tough. Unfortunately, we live in a society where instant gratification rule. We've become used to having everything on-demand, and we've forgotten how necessary it is to have the patience to reach our goals. Patience is a skill that we have to develop over time, but there is a lot that works against us when we are learning to have patience.

The worst part about this happens when we experience failure. When we experience failure, we equate it to massive amounts of pain, and rather than suffer through that pain; we tend to take the easy way out and just quit. We all tend to have an intense fear when it comes with the potential for failure, that far outweighs our need to stay persistent in our quest to achieve success.

How do we overcome failure? Through persistence. As long as we can remain persistent, we can push through challenges and overcome failure.

#1: How to Embrace Unfailing Persistence

Much of persistence is grounded on the fundamental prerequisite of focus. When you focus on something, it has your undivided attention, which allows you to approach it persistently. However, it is when we lose our focus that we can lose our ability to remain persistent in our pursuit to achieve our goals. Becoming more focused is the pathway to remaining persistence on your path to success. While nothing in our lives, related to our long-term goals, can be categorized as direct or straightforward, there are some effective methods for staying focused and remaining persistent in your journey to accomplish your goals.

#2: Figuring Out What You Want

If you want to achieve a high level of focus, you have to figure out what you really want. You need to be precise and exact. For example, say you think that it might be good to move into a new house. What happens then? Do you say to yourself, "I wish I could move into a new house?" Of course not. When you want to move, you take the time to do research and figure out what kind of house you want to live in. You figure out if you're going to rent or buy.

As you start to figure out the exact kind of house you want to move into, your focus automatically increases. You begin to zero in on what you really want, shaping it and refining it in your mind until you have an exact picture of your dream. At this point, you start to search online for a match to your vision and maybe even begin to talk to realtors and touring available homes in person.

Similarly, with the rest of your goals, you need to determine precisely what it is that you want, right down to the very last detail. When you talk about abstract goals, like "I want to be rich," or "I want to lose weight," you're doing yourself an incredible disservice. When your goals are abstract like these, they are less and real, and you are less likely to achieve them.

After you've determined precisely what you want, write your goal down. Make sure that you are extremely precise in what you want, and be sure to include a due date for accomplishing the goal. The more detail you can add when writing down your goal, the higher your chances of achieving your goals. One study determined that you have a 42 percent higher chance of making your goals if they are written down.

#3: Continuously Remind Yourself Why You Want It

If you want to remain persistent on your path to accomplishing your goals and achieving success, you always have to remind yourself why you're doing what you're doing. If you want to achieve your goals, you have to have a strong reason to motivate you to remain persistent in your pursuit. If your reason for wanting to achieve a particular goal is superficial, then you can forget about ever achieving it. Your reason for setting the goal has to run deep.

One of the best ways to stay focused and persistent on your path is to have profound reasons for wanting to achieve your goals. Think about this for a minute. Think about a time in your life when you really wanted something, and you had a deep-rooted reason for wanting it, did you do just about anything in your power to achieve it? Think about a single mother who is working three jobs only to provide her children with a comfortable life. Why is she working herself so hard?

A single mother with no other alternatives has to do what she must to survive. While her goal might be survival, she might have a different purpose entirely. Take J.K. Rowling for instance. When she first set about writing Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, she was living on government assistance as a single mother. Clearly, she wasn't merely interested in survival but was interested in finding a way to thrive. She had a deep-rooted reason to do just that.