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Hi Warriors, I'm sure you've failed at some point in your life before, weather it was getting a solid "no" from a girl or guy you asked out in high school. Or falling flat on your face in failure during a major event you had. And many others that have probably caused you to feel bad about your self and say things like " I can never succeed".


Well to tell you the truth, everyone else has been there, your not the only one. The richest most powerful people in the world have failed multiple times before.

Thomas Edison, I'm sure you know who this guy is, he created the light-bulb, something that has revolutionized the way we think of light today.

Well Thomas was not always successful, when creating the light bulb, he tried over 1,000 times to succeed, yes 1,000. How many times do you try to tweak your sales page? maybe twice, or at most three times?

Thomas kept a very optimistic attitude about his life and his will to succeed. And that's what kept him going.

"We now know a thousand ways not to build a light bulb" - Thomas Edison


Thomas has created countless inventions that have helped shape the world we live in today. And yet he has failed so many times.

This is because failure is related to success. To succeed you have to fail and when you see failure as an opportunity to succeed. You will change your life forever. Because the people that succeed in life are the ones that see failure as an opportunity to become even more stronger, smarter, faster, and better.

Thomas Edison is also famous for quoting this:

"I haven't failed, I've found 10,000 ways that don't work" - Thomas Edision

This is the attitude you need on your business, your employees need this attitude your family,life and whatever work you have or do, you need to think in this mentality and keep going.

"Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time."


We live in a world where failure and disappointment happen every second. The only way to keep on going is to accept it and look positively on the situation.

Always keep on realizing yourself accomplishing your goals whatever they may be and you'll be on the fast track to success.


Here's one last quote from Edison that i think trumps all other quotes that I mentioned above.

"Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work."

So if your like me, and want to own your own supercar, private island, and have the luxury of going anywhere anytime ,with your family and kids, having never to worry about bills to pay or your mortgage. Then you need to take everything i mentioned above and put it to action.

And remember: Never Give Up On Your Dreams

You want this?



"The only thing stopping you from having this lifestyle is attitude towards failure, see failure as an opportunity to keep on going and there's no telling how far you can go."


Good Luck,


Henri
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  • Profile picture of the author Nickolie0990
    A lot of people don't know how close they are to actually reaching their dreams, if they would just continue to push, they will get there.
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  • I am still staring at the red ferrari :O
    Very motivating post.
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  • Profile picture of the author DatingGoldJason
    Great post, most people work very hard in the beginning and I admire that. Somewhere between the line of starting and succeeding they give up since the hard work isn't exactly paying off in a short period.

    People work for a few months than when they realize nothing is happening they give up the niche or stop entirely. But the truth behind that is all they needed was a little bit more push and could have won!
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    • Profile picture of the author SuccessWarrior
      Originally Posted by DatingGoldJason View Post

      Great post, most people work very hard in the beginning and I admire that. Somewhere between the line of starting and succeeding they give up since the hard work isn't exactly paying off in a short period.

      People work for a few months than when they realize nothing is happening they give up the niche or stop entirely. But the truth behind that is all they needed was a little bit more push and could have won!
      I remember reading a story once (I think in one of Jack Canfield's books) about a woman swimming in a lake in a race. She was tired and felt she could simply go no further. She had no view of the goal line because there was heavy fog. She gave up, gave the signal, and they came and got her. When they took her to shore she then realized she was less than a quarter mile (in a many mile race with almost every mile behind her) from the finish line. Ouch!
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  • Profile picture of the author BillyBacklinks
    everything you ever dreamed of sits just outside your comfort zone
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  • Profile picture of the author pmbrent
    Great post, often times people see bumps in the road as stop signs.
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  • Profile picture of the author mikemeth
    Cool post, lets get to work now
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    • Profile picture of the author Stevie12
      Hello, really great post Henri, I've just noted it now and would want to share my thoughts with you.
      As you surely know to be here, we live in a system that doesn't allow us to be free.
      Also, let me ask you a question: "Who are you working for?"
      I understand that work is essential for preservation and improvement of man, but...
      • Do you feel free to decide when, how and how much time to spend working each day?
      • How much time can you devote to your family and things you love?
      • If I asked "How would you prefer to spend your time, what will you say?
      • Don't you feel the need to devote yourself to anything you really like?
      You will have noticed, especially if you work as an employee in some company, as more and more often the pace of work in which you are subjected, the frenetic activity that leads too short and pressing deadlines and the results that others expect you to bring them, make the situation unbearable at times.

      Did you ever come to the desire to say:
      "That's enough! I want back my freedom!"

      That's one of the reason I'm here, friends, trying to learn and improve myself, thanks to all of you too, to build a new business to get rid of a wrong system, and, never giving up, I'm glad to share this with you.

      Surely you've already thought about this things, but forgive my blatant words, more than a new and impressive car, I'd want to decide how to spend my time, ...my most precious resource.

      Thanks to all of you.
      Steve
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  • Profile picture of the author meganwilliams141
    This is a very inspiring post... Thanks for sharing your insights...
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  • Profile picture of the author Amanda Craven
    Nice post although I, and I suspect many others on here, would be motivated more by freedom than by the shiny toys we could possibly acquire through making money online.

    Don't get me wrong - toys are great. But even better is the chance to set your own hours and know that everything you achieve is down to your own efforts.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steven Miranda
    Love this post, everyone should read this.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Mendell
    Great post. I frequently think of the Thomas Edison quote when I feel like quitting. People only see and remember your success. They don't see the struggle you go through beforehand.
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  • Profile picture of the author Claire Sharp
    Great post! I love your the idea of this post. Very inspiring and interesting.! Thanks for sharing.
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  • Profile picture of the author Razarulz
    i think it's great idea about life..
    but sometimes in your life you really want to quit what you started...
    so i guess maybe not so much people in this world reallly can withstand obstacle in their life...
    but i like your post giving mu strength to keep moving on...
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  • Profile picture of the author SuccessWarrior
    "Failure I may still encounter at the thousandth step, yet success hides behind the next bend in the road. Never will I know how close it lies unless I turn the corner." -Og Mandino, "The Greatest Salesman In The World". From the second scroll on persistence.
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