BY JAMAAL McCOY
The act of practicing endurance is a “never give up” commitment. Either in business or the action of self development — once you commit to something that brings about a positive result, you must stick to it. Circumstances may arise to challenge your commitment to endurance, but it is up to you to maintain and focus on the path toward your goals.
The problem really lies in the lack of a plan or dream to make into reality. We all have what it takes to endure situations that turn or stop our momentum toward success. What really matters is not what knocks you down — but rather, what makes you get up and keep going.
Everyone can be commended for having endurance — because inevitably, life happens and may force a change of direction. It might be the loss of a job, a home, a loved one, or income — just to mention a few. If we look at the many who have reached a level of success before us, there’s one thing they have in common: breaking through barriers to reach success.
It is very important that we are prepared to reach a desired goal. There might be a fair amount of research, investigation, or networking to be properly prepared to make the journey required to seize opportunities.
Human error can also cause collateral damage on the journey toward your destiny. So, when developing a plan, it is wise to forecast what could possibly derail your successful objectives. Try to put in place people, places, and things that can be utilized to safeguard your path. In our personal and professional lives, faithfulness and gratitude are qualities that are universally admired.
Life is a people’s business, and we all have to work with one another in some way to reach an achievable goal. Endurance is a graceful strength, not loud or obstructive. It is your personal coach within — cheering you on toward your destiny.
Jamaal McCoy is the General Manager of Findlay Chevrolet. Findlay Chevrolet is the #1 Chevy dealership in Nevada and has received numerous awards — including General Motors Dealer of the Year for four consecutive years, and Time Magazine Dealer of The Year.