Give Up Or Fight Like Hell
“If children have the ability to ignore all odd and
percentages, then maybe we can all learn from
them. When you think about it, what others
choices is there but hope? We have two
options, medically and emotionally;
give up or fight like hell.”
Lance Armstrong, Cycling Champion
As I see it. . . . . . .
Give up or fight like hell
When a child wants to learn how to ride a bike they go out . . . . and keep trying. They fall down . . . . they get up . . . . and get back on the bike . . . . They repeat that process until they learn how to ride a bike.
Children learn how . . . . to get up after they fall.
A child wasn’t studying the odds of successfully riding the bike before they get on the bike for the first time. They just knew that they wanted to ride the bike . . . . that they could ride the bike . . . . and they would ride the bike . . . . So they did.
As a child you lived in a world of possibilities . . . and hope. You need to reactivate your inner child of wonderment . . . . and your creativity. As you do your world becomes one of unlimited possibilities.
See your possibilities . . . . and then go out there . . . . and fight like hell to achieve them.
What you can learn from children is that if they can imagine it they can find a way to achieve it.
In life when you want to learn how to ride a bike . . . . you have to get on the bike and try . . . . and keep trying until you learn how to ride to ride the bike.
In life you can give up or fight like hell to achieve what you want
©2017 Lou Ludwig Success Tips, Sales and Management Consultant, Success Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author