Full of Hot Air on St. Patrick’s Day?

“The more impossible, the sweeter the victory when you arrive”

Everyone’s Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, right? Wrong. They want to be Irish but don’t measure up as it relates to DNA. Same goes for success. You either are or are not. You either make excuses and are full of hot air, or you are not.

Successful people have a habit of pushing through the crap. Unsuccessful people never make it through. They quit. The way I see it, you’re either sinking or you’re swimming. Make no mistake about it; you will pay the price. The price of success is seemingly insurmountable. Most people are conditioned to find the easy way out, the path of least resistance, and/or the quickest way. There is no shortcut to the top. It will take sleepless nights, tireless focus, thankless days, long hours, & hard work. It will take a¬†desire to win that is greater than the desire to give up; a willingness to do¬†whatever it takes (legally and morally). It does not matter how long it takes or when you get started. It only matters that you get started and never ever quit moving forward until you reach your goal. Never listen to those who tell you it is impossible. The more impossible, the sweeter the victory when you arrive. Either way you have to go through the crap. Except, the ones who quit, quit in the middle of the crap. The successful still have to go through the junk, but by never quitting and continuously moving forward, they enjoy the victory that quitters thought impossible.

Although it may impossible to be Irish when you are not, success is possible as long as you are full of determination to hit your goals and not just full of hot air.

Author: ebtgains

Stephen is a seasoned leader in the automotive industry. He has a unique blend of achieving results, with an extremely high level of satisfaction for both the guest and the employee. Having a solid background in service and parts, there is a daily sense of urgency to maximize each opportunity. He is a process driven GM for a public automotive group with a passion for personal and professional growth. He is always maximizing EBT opportunities and is open and willing to share ideas and results.

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