Don’t Give Up: …..But know when to give up

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“Never give up” is an advice we hear far too often. We are taught that giving up is a failure.

But nothing could be further from the truth if we are caught in a dead end. If there is nothing left to reach, why should we bother to go on? It’s a waste of time and energy trying to move mountains. Better give up and go for something worthwhile. It’s the only reasonable thing to do.

Not giving up is a problem. Wasting your energy where nothing can be gained is a bad decision. Giving up and focusing your power to reach worthwhile goals is the smarter strategy.

But even if we go for a big, valuable goal, we might reach a point where it looks like we should quit. Everything looks bright and easy at the start. But sooner or later we realise how difficult the way to our goal really is. We might lose all our hope or even panic as we think we cannot make it.

 But it is never a good idea to quit something because you panic. Difficulties on the way to achieve something great are natural and even necessary.

 Only those difficulties create the scarcity, which makes the goal worthwhile in the end. If it was not hard to reach, everyone would do it and there would be no value in it anymore.

So, quit everything where nothing can be gained and be prepared for the difficult challenges when you are heading out to do something great.

Don’t panic if things get rough and ugly. You might have to change your tactics if they don’t lead anywhere, but never stop striving to attain the big goal.

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About Roche Mamabolo

Entrepreneur, Author, Dad. Passionate about Innovation and Creativity, Books, Poetry, Traveling, Theatre, Art, Music.
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One Response to Don’t Give Up: …..But know when to give up

  1. Leah Molatseli says:

    Reblogged this on Leah Molatseli.

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