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The importance of hard work in success

To achieve true success, you need the strength of mind and body to struggle and work hard to reach your fullest potential.

You do not come across success just by hoping for it.  To achieve true success, you need the strength of mind and body to struggle and work hard to reach your fullest potential. 

You need the right attitude, self-discipline and the ability to put your goal before your own needs if you are really driven towards reaching success. 

There is, after all no substitute for hard work and as Henry Ford, founder of the Ford Motor Company says, 

“The harder you work, the luckier you get” – the more successful you get!

How do you overcome success?

Intense hard work, along with great skills shall help you win one success after another. There shall be innumerable obstacles strewn in your path towards success, however, what makes a man truly worthy of the success that he attains is the ability to keep struggling until he can reach his goal. 

Giving up after a few failed attempts makes you a loser. A truly successful man will keep trying and keep struggling until he perfects his art. 

Thomas Edison, an American inventor and businessman, failed approximately 10,000 times while he was working on the light bulb and yet he never dreamed of giving up – this is the hard work and the determination that marks a true success. 

Indeed, success is not measured by the position that you are in today but the amount of hard work you put in and the number of obstacles that you overcome to reach your goal.

Why work hard, if there are shortcuts?

The good thing about working hard is that for people who are driven towards their goal can enjoy their hard work and consequently, the work does not seem unduly grueling to them. 

When you begin to work hard towards achieving success, make sure to work smartly too.

An intelligent working technique, along with relentless effort will go a long way to help you achieve the success that you always desired.

Nothing in this world comes easily, least of all, success. Take the example of Abraham Lincoln who worked hard without ever getting disappointed of his countless failures, from the age of 21 till the age of 52, when he went on to become the President of the US.

 Again, it took Noah Webster 36 years to compile his Webster's Dictionary. Where would we be today if he had not put in those countless hours of hard work behind his grand contribution to the English Language?

Therefore, you need to remember that there are no short cuts to success. 

Hard work, complimented with an intense desire to struggle and to achieve success is the only sure way of reaching success that you have always wanted.

 

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