Winston Churchill was the inspirational Prime Minister of Britain during World War II. During the darkest days of the war, Churchill became famous for his speeches on perseverance. (Perseverance, by the way, means not giving up.)
In one of his most famous speeches, Churchill said, “Never give in. Never give in. Never, never, never—in nothing great or small, large or petty—never give in except to conviction of honor and good sense.” His advice still applies.
When the Going Gets Tough, It Pays to Keep Going.
People are not remembered by how few times they fail, but how often they succeed. Every wrong step is a step forward.
Virtually nothing comes out right the first time. Failures, repeated failures, are the guideposts on the road to achievement.
Press on. Obstacles are seldom the same size tomorrow as they are today.
Determination and perseverance moved the world; thinking that others will do it for you is a sure way to fail.
You may have to fight a battle more than once to win it.
We can do anything we want to do if we stick to it long enough.
There are no shortcuts to anyplace worth going.
Even though good people may be bothered by trouble seven times, they are never defeated.
Proverbs 24:16 NCV