Are things not going the way you expected it to go? If the answer is yes,

I know that feeling, but I came with one message for you...

Don't give up, you'll make it.

When we encounter obstacles or challenges, depending on how we see it,

we mostly do one of this two; we either 1. talk about it and do nothing or

2. we think about how to overcome it and do something about it.

Now if we see it as an obstacle, we mostly go with option 1.

But if we see it as a challenge, we go with option 2, thereby turning the

challenge into a stepping stone for success.

"If Thomas Edison had to try 1000 times before he was able to invent a light bulb",

Look around you, can you see a light bulb?

Ask yourself, how many times have you tried? And why are you willing to give up?

What's stopping you from persisting until you make it?

Now the most fascinating thing about Edison's reply to his 1000 unsuccessful attempts

Was and I quote "I didn’t fail 1000 times. The light bulb was an invention with 1000 steps."

You see that? He didn't see the unsuccessful attempts as an obstacle but as a stepping stone.

You can't give up because you tried two times, or five times, or ten times, or even twenty times, and you haven't had success yet, keep on trying, keep on pushing forward, and learn from the errors of past attempts, because that is the key to your breakthrough.

Nelson Mandela said, "It always seems impossible until it's done."

You can't give up.

Check throughout history and see how the first computer was made, how the first television was made, how the first car was made, how the first telephone was made, you'll see that; all those were made by people who did not give up on their dreams regardless of the challenges they encountered.

So the next time you see a nice car and say oh I want this car, or oh I wish I had this car, keep in mind that, it's a benefit of someone's hard work and persistence.

And remember that if you don't give up but persist, work hard, and stay true to your dreams, you'll also have a success story, which would benefit generations now and those yet unborn.

Thank you for your time and thanks for reading, most importantly remember, Don't give up, You'll make it.

By Scholargifer