If you have the will to accomplish something, then you are surely going to succeed as the saying goes, “Where there is a will, there is a way”.
Many times in life we come across people who say that they are not able to do something all because it is impossible to do. There is no way in which they will find one. This is all because they do not have the will. Without the will, even if the way to success is in front of you, you will be blind of it.
Most of the time the will does not want to play itself out as the task in front seems to be too difficult for one to handle. Most of the time even the simplest of the simple will not be undertaken all because of the attitude of laziness. This makes one a failure in life.
Many men have stepped over the biggest of obstacles in life by moving mountain to achieve what they set out to do in the first place. They bore the burdens of trail, pains and tribulation, only knowing that if they continued that eventually success would be on their table.
Furthermore, we should not taken anything as being too humble and below our dignity of doing. If this is our attitude, then we will never be able to step the ladder of success. We also got to remember that nothing is too difficult to do; it is just in the will.
When you come to that junction where it seems impossible to continue with what you are doing, always remember that there is light at the end of the tunnel. That light will help you to carry on. Furthermore retracing your steps backwards will take you as much trouble as carrying on and you will be known as a coward not for failure but giving up. As only cowards admit defeat when victory could have been his.
Concentration on what we are doing is the uttermost thing. Keep concentration steady but also be aware of what is happening around you. Sometimes we are so engrossed that we are not aware of what is happening around us, so much so, some of the answers for success may be in what we have not sighted unknowingly. This may only double the means to our success.
Be vigilant at all times and try to use time judiciously when we have it at hand. Try not to dither thing for later as the present moment is the most important moment that we have as we do not know what the future might bring for us. Furthermore, we should not keep work pending as we do not know if disaster may besiege us later and all our work may go in smoke. At the same time we ought to make provisions for mishaps and plan out the probabilities of something going wrong. Have a plan A, B and C.
The last but not the least have confidence in your abilities and with all said and done – remember that you start off with a will and naturally the way will emerge.
Steven William Pitts