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Grit, Resolve and Fortitude – Thoughts Shared on June 29, 2008

June 23, 2017

Business and entrepreneurial advice and wisdom from June 29, 2008

There are times in our lives when we want something so much that we work day and night, seven days a week, and months on end to achieve it. Grit, resolve and fortitude live in our soul.

Sometimes you witness this in ordinary life, a son trying out for a limited spot on a basketball team, a politician fighting for a key position or a volunteer knocking on doors to ask for donations for a worthy cause. Individuals are motivated to dig deep and push beyond their typical limits when their passion for the position or cause is strong.

There are times in women entrepreneur’s lives when this happens too. We work 24 hours a day to finish a large proposal, we invest large amounts of money to bring innovation into our companies and we knock on the doors of big potential clients hoping to land a new account. We do it even though we might be afraid, doubtful, or nervous.

The biggest triumphs in life come after we have given our all to accomplish something important. Winning truly comes from having what it takes to go through the long, hard process no matter if you achieve what you want or not. We are changed by the challenge forever. We become more motivated for the next opportunity. We become less afraid to strive for something larger next time.

Today’s message is meant to remind you that you have all the strengthen you need to accomplish your entrepreneurial goals. Remember you have what it takes to achieve any level of success you want in this life. Stay positive, dig deep, be strong and live big.

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