The difference between success and failure is simple; the one who makes it to the top is the one who lasted, pushed and survived just that little bit longer. Giving up is easier to do that holding your ground. The only difference is now I’m not going to give up when others do. There’s nothing secretive about it – it’s about being able to complete the process.
If only there existed a secret, someone would have found it by now. The real secret is that each person must find his own recipe. The problem is not with the success itself. The most dangerous is to be successful the very first time. It’s better to fail before one succeeds because that is the best way to learn. The most important thing whether you succeed or fail is always what you learn along the way. The worst failure is to be trapped in success. I would define this process as crossing a mountain and a valley. It’s necessary to leave the valley to cross the mountain. For me, the mountain and the valley are both beautiful. Usually, I leave one and enter the other. The mountain is now very high and we just have to work towards getting to the top.
There is no efficient way to success though. The effective path is more likely to be paved with failures and anguish. Experts are usually the last to perceive success as the facts tend to get in the way.
The right time and place meets you half way. You don’t move, it will not come. Success does not respond to wishes. It responds only to definite plans, backed by definite desires, through constant persistence, perseverance and patience.