In order to get aboard the Persistence Train there are steps you must have in place.
Persistence is a “state of mind” which can be cultivated through practice. In other words, you must train yourself to be persistent.
“Patience, persistence and perspiration make an unbeatable combination for success.”–Napoleon Hill
“Energy and Persistence conquer all things.” –Benjamin Franklin
Steps to The Train Persistence Starts With:
1. Definiteness of Purpose.
You must know what you want. This is probably the most important step towards the development of persistence. It takes a strong motive to force you to surmount the many difficulties you will encounter.
2. Have A Desire:
By have a great desire in your heart it will be comparatively easy to acquire and maintain persistence when pursuing the object of your intense desire.
3. Becoming Self-Reliant:
When you believe in your ability to carry out a plan or course of action, it will encourage you to follow that plan to the end with determination and persistence. (You can inspire yourself to become self reliant through the power and practice of auto suggestion.)
What is Auto Suggestion?
It is a term used for suggestions and all self-administered stimuli which reaches into one;s mind through the five sense. In other words, it is self suggestion. It is the medium used for influencing the sub conscious mind. It can be the negative or the positive thoughts we tend to choose to rule over us. It is the agent of the mind where communication of a conscious thought actually takes place. In other words, it is the seat of action for your subconscious mind.
4. Having a Definiteness of Plans:
Having organized plans will encourage persistence. This will happen even if they are weak or impractical at the onset. Through time and practice with applied knowledge you will finalize and make your plans definite, precise and clear.
5. Obtaining Accurate Knowledge:
Having a knowing that your plans are sound, based upon experience or observation will encourage persistence. Guessing, instead of Knowing will destroy persistence. You need to “know” that your plans are sound.
6. Team Cooperation:
Having sympathy, understanding, and harmonious cooperation with others always helps to build up and develop persistence as well.
7. Strong Will-Power:
Maintaining the habit of concentrating your thoughts upon the building up of your plans for the attainment of a definite purpose will also lead to persistence.
8. The Power of Habit:
You will realize that persistence is the direct result of habit. Your mind absorbs and becomes a part of the daily experiences upon which it feeds.
Fear. which is the worst of all enemies, can be cured effectively by FORCED REPETITION OF ACTS OF COURAGE. Anyone who has participated in active service of any kind can verify this.
“Persistence is to the character of man as carbon is to steel.” –Napoleon Hill
“As long as we are persistence in our pursuit of our deepest destiny, we will continue to grow. We cannot choose the day or time when we will fully bloom. It happens in its own time.” –Denis Waitley
So be sure to get on the Persistence Train and make a difference in your life and the lives of others. There are countless others whose paths have been planned for you to meet.
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