Giving up on our goals is not an option here at The Carvonis Group (Miami, FL). We teach our trainees that failure can only happen when you throw in the towel. If you keep trying, then you are not failing. Success is a work in progress and the worst thing you can do is quit.
When you’re exhausted, mentally puzzled, and all hope seems to be lost—don’t give up. There are so many reasons not to call it quits, but The Carvonis Group is here with 3 of them.
1. Failure isn’t final — take it from the greats
Steven Spielberg was rejected not once, but twice from USC’s School of Cinematic Arts. Abraham Lincoln was stripped of his title as Captain and demoted to a Private, which is the lowest military ranking possible. He also tried starting businesses and running for political positions and failed. The examples of successful people “failing” are countless. If either of these men threw in the towel, we would have never known they existed!
2. Small victories are fun to celebrate on the way to the big ones
The road to success is marked with milestones that are always worth celebrating. If you look at these achievements as minuscule and worthless then you are not understanding the big picture! Success doesn’t just fall into your lap. It is the result of continuous progress and victories that build on each other, which is why we always celebrate our achievements at The Carvonis Group. If you are feeling like you want to give up—look at what you have already achieved. There is so much more to come!
3. You will 100% wonder what could have been
This is the age-old question that has haunted quitters for centuries! A question like this is what will keep you up at night for the rest of your life if you decide to give up now. There are things that we all regret bailing out on or not doing at all. Maybe you regret not trying out for the school play or taking music lessons in high school. The what could have been feeling is not a good one—especially when it comes to lifelong goals and aspirations.
What tips do you have for staying the course? Share them with The Carvonis Group in the comments below!