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The Biggest Key to Success: Do you have it?

You say you want success, but do you really? How hard are willing to work? Are you willing to sacrifice and put in hours of time and effort even when you don’t see success? Are you willing to continue trying even if you fail? If you’ve answered yes to the majority of these questions continue reading. If you haven’t, you may want to reconsider how serious you are towards success.
Do you know one of the leading causes of complete failure is because the individual gave up? Of course there are a few exceptions, but most ideas fail for a lack of commitment. To be prosperous in anything, commitment is key. In relationships, raising a child, becoming educated—anything—it all requires you to set a goal and despite all circumstances, be determined to accomplish it.

Prosperity doesn’t come overnight (and if this is possible please tell me how). You must work at it, work at it, and again work at it. You must persevere, be determined, and strive to finish the task. The failure to commit is the failure to succeed. Success is something that’s cultivated and if you don’t spend time trying to achieve how can you expect prosperity?

Time after time people have great ideas yet few of them ever come into existence. They remain a figment of someone’s imagination and when the person dies, the great ideas die with them. 
You have to be aware that success is a process. Sometimes you’ll achieve your smaller goals on the first try and sometimes you won’t. The secret (that’s really no secret at all) is to continue trying. You must be committed to what you do. 
If you can remain committed to your goal you’re practically destined to prosper. When you continue trying, learning, and progressing forward, eventually you’ll get it right. And when you do, my friend, you will have succeeded!

And remember, the best way to succeed is stated in Proverbs 16:3, “Commit to the Lord whatever you do, and your plans will succeed.” Interesting though, that it still includes the precious word “commit”. 

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