Someone once asked me, what is the most important skill in everyone's life?
Over time, people have to learn a lot of skills in order to survive. Every skill is important, but if I have to choose the most important for survival, then I think it is perseverance.
Success is something everyone wants in life. It can be success in career, in building a family or fulfilling dreams and ambitions. But why are there people who try so hard and still fail? Why do losers dominate over a handful of survivor people?
A survivor is a person who is persistent, not giving up easily. Persistence is the factor that guarantees a person's success. But they all have one thing in common: Perseverance
Don't solve the problem with the mindset that created it. The survivor does not repeat mistakes in the past. They acknowledge the cause of their failure and take time to contemplate to learn from their mistakes.
Manage your emotions
People with resilience will often appear energetic and optimistic. They often remind themselves that difficulties are temporary, they have been and will continue to overcome them by focusing and highlighting what they can learn.
Be tenacious and persistent
Survivor people often deal with their fears and develop an attitude of adapting well to the situation; so they can focus on solutions, even in the worst of times. The worse the situation, the stronger they become
When we are taller than our challenges or problems, life becomes lighter and easier to breathe. Survivor people always know how to constantly learn to become more courageous and brave. They are very aware that our quality of life is not determined by external factors, but is shaped by internal factors.
The persistent person keeps busy with finding solutions instead of letting his mind get paralyzed by negative thoughts. They continuously plan for the future, even when things do not look at all.
Stand up after failure
Failure is not stumbling but refusing to get up after every fall. Survivor people are able to adapt very well to circumstances and never give up
People who survive believe in themselves. They work hard and encourage themselves with even the smallest achievements.
Those who persevere always give their attention to others, no matter how difficult the times are. Maybe, it is this selflessness that helps them discover their own hidden strength.
Pay attention to relationships
Survivor people take their relationships very seriously. It is the close, strong relationships that will be a strong spiritual support to help them overcome the crisis.
Nurturing purpose of life
Survivor people always aim for the true meaning of life. They reflect on and find for themselves a clear purpose in life, which helps them see their life from a broader perspective.
The strength of a person lies in the way of thinking and the motivation to solve problems. If you look at successful people and think they got all they want overnight, that's completely wrong. They worked hard and experienced many failures. We do not see the progress of their efforts but only care about the results. Therefore, forming the illusion that you will be rich and successful overnight without having to work hard and persevere.
Before deciding to give up on your dream, what kind of person will you be? If you continue to pursue, what will happen? Deciding not to give up, with all your determination and effort, you will get the results you deserve. Giving up and deluding yourself waiting for the next opportunity, never think the opportunity will come again if you don't really change. Don't allow yourself in the future to regret a decision now.
Dealing with hardship may not lead to the best results. But it is not entirely a failure because you can draw valuable lessons and experiences for yourself. Failure is just a vocabulary. Don't care what other people say, instead, trust yourself to get through and move on. Difficulties and challenges are not negative ones, but like a lever to help you go further on your chosen path.
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1. “The thing that most people didn't understand, if they weren't in his line if work, was that a rape victim and a victim of a fatal accident were both gone forever. The difference was that the rape victim still had to go through the motions of being alive.” - Jodi Picoult
2. “Over the years, I learned to smile or laugh when I was supposed to. I kept my true self hidden; I did not need to unleash my pain on the world around me. Instead, I taught myself to ignore it. I did not realize that the pain was eating away at my soul.” - JD Stroube
3. “It is not a single crime when a child is photographed while sexually assaulted (raped.) It is a life time crime that should have life time punishments attached to it. If the surviving child is, more often than not, going to suffer for life for the crime(s) committed against them, shouldn't the pedophiles suffer just as long? If it often takes decades for survivors to come to terms with exactly how much damage was caused to them, why are there time limits for prosecution?” - Sierra D. Waters
4. “You think maybe if you just work harder and faster, you can hold off the chaos, but then one day you’re changing a patio light bulb with a five-year life span and you realize how you’ll only be changing this light maybe ten more times before you’ll be dead.” - Chuck Palahniuk
5. “You may be operating from the belief that you must do everything yourself because no one will ever be there for you. Or you may think that if you never speak up you’ll avoid being rejected. Both these fears no longer apply to you today as an adult. If you never reach out for help, you will continue to deprive yourself.” - Beverly Engel
6. “The word 'survivor' carries a weight of remembrance that has broken the minds and bodies of more than a few men and women. It also contains a humbling light of recognition that compels many to do whatever they can to help reinforce the efforts of those who might be 'at risk' of not just giving up on their dreams, but of giving up on their continued existence.” - Aberjhani
7. “There’ll be guys who were in wars hearing what we did and thinking, ‘Whoa.’ You and me, we can say, ‘You got yourself some medals solider? Yeah, well, I lived through the FAYZ.” - Michael Grant
8. “I want to be judged by who I am as a person, not by what happened to me. In fact, all the bad things have only contributed to my confidence and sense of self, because I survived them and became a better and stronger person.” - Jenna Jameson
9. “Kiss your scars. Fall in love with them. They ought to serve as life-affirming reminders—a lingering trace of hope. The only reason we have these scars is because we survived and are still here.” - Kamand Kojouri
10. “The way surviving hard winters makes a tree grows stronger, the growth rings inside it tighter” - Haruki Murakami
11. “A true survivor is someone who, after 12+ years of being schooled, remains independent in their thinking.” - Mokokoma Mokhonoana
12. “A broken person understands she needs rescue, and she depends on God to resurrect and deliver. And she also understands that even if God chooses not to deliver, His ways are higher and more amazing then what we can fathom.” - Mary E. DeMuth
13. “You have to appreciate life before you want to preserve it," she said." And it's the survivors who maintain the most light and poignant hold upon the beauties of living. Women know this more often than men because birth is the reflection of death.” - Frank Herbert
14. “It was no coincidence, that fear could move a person to extremes, just as seamlessly as love. They were the conjoined twins of emotion: If you didn't know what was at stake to lose, you had nothing to fight for.” - Jodi Picoult
15. “First you try to find a reason, try to understand what you've done so wrong so you can be sure not to do it anymore. After that you look for signs of a Jekyll and Hyde situation, the good and the bad in a person sifted into separate compartments by some weird accident. Then, gradually, you realize that there isn't a reason, and it isn't two people you're dealing with, just one. The same one every time.” - Helen Oyeyemi
16. “Those who were molested or beaten as children or teenagers might later be vulnerable to sexual abuse or violence, because their natural impulses to protect themselves and protest (physical and verbal) were extinguished. Expectation of hurtful treatment by others or one's own failed capabilities can stubbornly persist despite overwhelming evidence that such is no longer the case.” - Babette Rothschild
17. “You may have fallen down, but you can get back up again. You may have doors shut, but new doors will open for you. You may have been lied on, but the truth will come to the light. You may have been hurt, but the pain will pass. You are a survivor. You have a history of surviving.” - Amaka Imani Nkosazana
18. “I'm a survivor - a living example of what people can go through and survive.” - Elizabeth taylor
19. “For the human soul is virtually indestructible, and its ability to rise from the ashes remains as long as the body draws breath.” - Alice Miller
20. “The enemy plotted against you and awaited your downfall. Look at you surviving. And your enemies can not figure out how. What you have inside is greater than any negative force.” - Amaka Imani Nkosazana
21. “If my fall made you smile, you might not want to witness what's about to happen when I get up.” - Yvonne Pierre
22. “Live for what you love, and die for what you're unwilling to live without...” - Seja Majeed
23. “I was in a race to see if I would die from the outside in or the inside out.” - Laurie Halse Anderson
24. “Healing isn’t just about pain. It’s about learning to love yourself. As you move from feeling like a victim to being a proud survivor, you will have glimmers of hope, pride and satisfaction. Those are natural by-products of healing.” - Ellen Bass
25. “It is the burden of the survivor to wake one day and discover in yourself a stranger.” - John Larison
26. “Atheists are the most honest of the human race. These people are unable to live a double life; they are unable to lie to themselves. Of course it's an evolutionary handicap, and if that handicap was widespread, our species would run the risk of extinction” - Bangambiki Habyarimana
27. “If you are my food, how am I supposed to feel pity towards you? That would mean starvation for me. “A hungry leopard told a fallen, panting, imploring gazelle” - Bangambiki Habyarimana
28. “The fittest person survives! The fighting man succeeds! He who Fights to Fit, will Survive to Succeed!” - Israelmore Ayivor
29. “Secrets are truths that show what we’ve been through—what we’ve survived.” - Dannika Dark
30. “The story of my birth that my mother told me went like this: " When you were coming out I wasn't ready yet and neither was the nurse. The nurse tried to push you back in, but I shit on the table and when you came out, you landed in my shit." If there ever was a way to sum things up, the story of my birth was it.” - Sierra D. Waters
Failure is not a tragedy, but it is easy to give up. When others give up, if we can be a little more persistent and patient, then in the future, when you look back, you will find yourself much different from the old self.
Success for each person has a different definition. Hope is something worth pursuing. However, no matter what your definition of success is, once you set a goal, persistence is key to achieving your success with that goal.
Many times, success is when others give up, you continue to persevere. When you bite your teeth through the most difficult moment, you suddenly discover that you have become extraordinary!