Be Consistent and dedicated.

Introduction

    Being successful is the desire of all of us residing over this lovely planet. It does not matter whether the concerned person is a child, youth or the old aged, at each and every stage of our wide life span, it is our inbuilt desire to be successful and proceed forward consistently towards more massive success.

We are looking at some famous people who were consistent and dedicated to the point of finally achieving fame and worldwide recognition. Let us take some key points and inspire ourselves that with dedication and consistency, we can also achieve greatness. 

Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln

This great personality

who has also been the ex-president of the USA has suffered regularly from massive failures year after year. Lincoln failed in his business in the year 1831 and after which in the year 1836, he got a major nervous breakdown. Struggling consistently for years, he again failed in 1856 during US presidential elections. Fighting and struggling consistently, he was elected as the sixteenth President of the USA in 1861 and went on leading towards his way of life.

Lessons

  • Strive to become all that life created you to be.
  • Prepare, and someday your chance will come.
  • The best way to predict your future is to create it
  • It’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years

Walt Disney

Walt Disney

Walt Disney has been known as one of the most famous cartoonist and creator of the famous cartoon creatures such as Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, etc to name a few. He even failed several times in his life. His unsuccessful attempt to join armed forces finally forced him to drop out of schools and leave his further studies. His initiative Laugh-O-Gram Studios even went bankrupt and finally, after joining a newspaper agency named Missouri Newspaper, he was fired because of not being creative enough as per the expectations.

Lessons

  • Passion is what keeps you going when everyone else is tired… money can’t do that for you, only passion; passion is power. “It’s kind of fun to do the impossible.” Walt Disney said, “If you can dream it, you can do it.” Life is too short to spend it doing the possible.

Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein is a well-known scientist and extraordinary genius personality known by almost all of us all over the world due to his great inventions and contributions towards science. He quoted that success is a failure in progress and someone who has never failed cannot truly be a successful person. During childhood, he suffered from continuous failures. He was not even able to speak fluently till the age of nine years following which he has been expelled from the school. Furthermore, his admission to Zurich Polytechnic School was also not considered. But, leading to the ways of success consistently, he proved himself as a renowned gem in the ocean of science and technology and finally won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1921.

Lessons

Follow Your Curiosity

“I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious”

Perseverance Is Priceless

“It’s not that I’m so smart; it’s just that I stay with problems longer.”

Bill Gates

Bill Gates

It was very much important for Bill gates to heed the lessons of failure in comparison to celebrating the joy of success. This great entrepreneur who has established Microsoft like the biggest software company is a dropout student from Harvard. Furthermore, he has also been known for his self-owned business figure known as Traf-O-Data which was one of the biggest failures in history. The entire investment of Bill Gates got vanished and unfortunately, even the education could also not get completed. But, the keen desire and passion for computer programming based stuff led him to establish such biggest software company with the brand name ‘Microsoft’.

Lessons

  Life is Not Fair

Another of Bill Gates’ success lessons is to learn that life is not fair. No matter how hard you work in life, there will always be times where things don’t go your way, perhaps through no fault of your own. Things that you cannot control. You will get knocked down, but you need to be able to stand up.

Conclusion

These people experienced their own storms, setbacks and difficulties, in their area or field. But their success overshadowed the pains of their difficulties. That’s what we should do. If you are not consistent and dedicated, you will not be at the level you dream of getting to. It’s not a motivation. It’s reality.

Good luck 🍀

Published by Vincent Ehindero

A co-founder and CEO of High Foster. Vincent is a humorous guy that has a wonderful talent of blending growth secrets with relatable experiences. He is also a founder of a nonprofit organization that focuses on developing children and youths.

64 thoughts on “Be Consistent and dedicated.

  1. Really enjoyed your post on Being Consistent. I am teaching a class on “Stepping Out In Faith Instead of Living in Fear,” if you don’t mind I would love to copy your post to present to my students? I also like that you gave examples of others proving consistent faith produces great results.

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  2. Great post. I love the examples you chose and how you cited the failures each person experienced. Determination is so important. I loved reading about Disney the most. I did not know this information and found it to be truly surprising. Thank you. Love Joni.

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    1. Thanks for your feedback Joni. Yes, these people experienced failures before success…something many people don’t understand. Their stories are inspiring and motivating, determination is something we should all develop to succeed. I’m glad you were inspired by this post.

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      1. Absolutely it was a wonderful article for any one to read but a writer a little piece of dark chocolate that you place on your tongue and enjoy but it never melts. Thanks again. Love 💕 J

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      1. a pleasure, Vincent. Sorry, but I don’t get time to get through all my own mail, other than getting up at 3am (so can’t even follow myself!). Will try and make some time to look at your blog, when I “get a mo”

        All the best
        c

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  3. Great examples!
    And of course, there is the greatest example of all, Jesus Christ. I’m sure at the time He was being publicly executed in the most painful and humiliating way, He appeared to have failed miserably. But on the third day He showed that He had not only defeated death, He had also opened up the way for anyone believing in Him to live forever. – talk about success … ! 😉

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