Learning to ride a bicycle turns out to be one of the best memories when it comes to our first lessons on persistence. As a child, no matter how many times you fall you still get up and continue with learning. At that time you have a mentor and armed with protective gear such as helmets, training wheels and elbow pads. When it reaches a point we can take steps on our own, we are lefts alone. You put your protection gear aside and start riding without your being around.
The same thing happens when we get older. We often endure discomforts and all manner of discouragements for the sake of attaining our goals. Challenges will often nock us down but we do not get discouraged and stop trying. You pick up yourself and move on towards achieving your goal.
Being a youth means having a lot of ambitions and opportunities. When faced with failure you get some encouragement from your mentor and within a short time you pick your pieces together and start off on the journey determined than ever before. However, it reaches a point where people turn into a species of quitters. Our failures, bruised ego and ability to procrastinate become an obstacle to our commitment to success.
Are you going to be a survivor or a quitter?
Metamorphosis in motion
Early last year celebrity singer, Beyoncé brought into life the memories of the old adage “when life gives you lemons, make lemonade” This phrase is very powerful when put into practice in real life. The problem people often say it and even caption it on their social media pages yet they cannot apply it in their lives.
America has the highest divorce rate in the world. What does it reflect? It shows how people easily give up on their marriages when they are faced with temporary failures. Every year people quit their jobs, they quit their commitments to a balanced diet, and they quit their dreams and so forth for a self-serving relief. What most of the people forget is the little survival riding habits they had while they were small kids.
About Bob Reina
Bob Reina is the Founder and CEO of Talk Fusion, a company that offers Video Emailing and teleconferencing services across the world. Bob founded the company in 2007 after he left his job in the police services. He has endured several challenges to get where he is right now.