Perseverance as it relates to blogging. Updated from February 2019

Our sermon in church a while ago was about Perseverance. Short, to the point and head on with stand out points. It made me think about blogging and the importance of perseverance.

Perseverance defined means – tenacity, self control, the ability to stay with your purpose, your project, your dream, no matter what difficulties you encounter. It’s will power.

Let’s think about the definition of perseverance and how it might help you with blogging:

Tenacity – the ability to stick with what ever is needed to reach your goal, goals.

Clarify goals – be very specific about what you are trying to attain.

Stay positive and motivated. That is awfully hard to do when sometimes you would like

to throw your computer right at a window! That is a big big NO N0!

Remember success does not not happen over night for most of us. Success means hard work.

Deal with the failures that get in your way. It may mean going down another avenue to find success.

Overcome criticism. We could all sit and cry, feel sorry for ourselves, Shake it off.

Take care of yourself. Body and soul. One does not do well without the other.


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