Keep Going

The moment you feel like giving up is the moment you need to continue. It’s within this moment that you are close to your victory. Remembering the hurdles you had to jump over to be where you are today. Remembering the obstacles you had to overcome. Knowing that you are coming from afar. Hold on and don’t give up. Continue to push through. Continue to try, because it is only when you try that you will know what you can achieve and accomplish. And even though you are not at the place where you want to be, remember that delayed gratification and perseverance will take you far. Hold on and don’t give up, believe you can and work towards achieving. Believe that despite the setbacks you have had, believe that these setbacks were meant as stepping stones for a comeback. Instead of looking at the impossibilities, look at the possibilities. The moment you feel like giving up is the moment you need to continue. Don’t give up. – Naj Johnson, October 11, 2019

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  1. I agree with you in terms of research and lost of interest toward our initial goals. What happens to us and our goals is a challenge. On my part, I try to stick to my goals, but I also realize that my goals get pushed further away because of our inability to keep up with income and stability, family, and health issues such as anxiety. The anxiety of what will and will not get paid this month or next as an ongoing problem. Nevertheless, we can turn our goals to positive affirmations, write them down and read it 3 times a day. In fact, I have been following this method. It’s promising but not easy. I just downloaded the Success Principles by Jack Canfield and as soon as the borders open I will start attending workshops on affirmations.

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