“The world will always give you the opportunity to quit, but only the world would call quitting an opportunity.” (Clint Brown). One of the most powerful success principles ever preached is: “Never, never, never give up!” (Winston Churchill).
A lazy man is always judged by what he doesn’t do. The choice of giving up or going on is a defining moment in your life. Nobody and nothing can keep you down unless you decide not to rise again. H.E. Jansen said, “The man who wins may have been counted out several times, but he didn’t hear the referee.”
Too many people stop faster than they start. Instead of stopping, follow this English proverb’ “Don’t fall before you are pushed.” Margaret Thatcher once said, “You may have to fight a battle more than once to win it.” The choice is simple. You can either stand up and be counted, or lie down and be counted out. Your success will be measured by your willingness and your courage to keep on trying.