Climb To The Top And Do NOT Look Back Down

For a while I have talked about being successful. To clarify, I don’t find myself as successful yet!

..and most people don’t! But what is “success”? According to Google, it’s the accomplishment of an aim or purpose. That means that success is extremely subjective and only you can determine whether you are successful.

Keep in mind that to achieve your goals you will have to work very hard. And, recently, I’ve come to the conclusion that hard work is important regardless of what you choose to do. To be the best you have to work hard

Here’s a quote by Kevin Hart:

“Everybody wants to be famous, but nobody wants to do the work. I live by that. You grind hard so you can play hard. At the end of the day, you put all the work in, and eventually it’ll pay off. It could be in a year, it could be in 30 years. Eventually, your hard work will pay off.”

Read more quotes at Brainyquote.

So have the mentality that you will be the hardest worker to be the best at accomplishing your goals! If the journey to success is like climbing a mountain,

then don’t let the people and things at the bottom keep you from reaching the top.

You can do this.


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12 thoughts on “Climb To The Top And Do NOT Look Back Down

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  4. EmmaJCarson says:

    Good post. V upbeat. Never underestimate hard work – the current ‘reality TV’ culture can lead many to think fame can be won with no merit whatsoever – people just want to ‘be’. Of course, ultimately we come to our own conclusions. BTW I like the quote.

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  5. finnwest2015 says:

    According to Google? Ouch

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  6. emmagmusic says:

    I want to like this more. 🙂 I feel like society tells us that we need to stay humble. But there’s a difference between being humble and letting those who aren’t interested in “the grind” drag us down… which sounds callous, but we need to take more respect in our work.

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    • If you are working hard at something you love, others shouldn’t interfere. If you succeed great. If you fail, try again. Either way you will learn something and build skills.

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      • emmagmusic says:

        I think a lot of it has to do with insecurities – if you’re succeeding at something that others wish they had the ability to do, or the drive to achieve themselves, it manifests itself as pulling other people down. But yes. Strength comes from the ability to get back on the horse, so to speak. 🙂

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  7. directorb says:

    Truth! Love this.

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