For most people, work is hard enough without pushing even harder.Those extra steps are so difficult and painful they almost never get done.Stephen King once said “Talent is cheaper than table salt.
Hard work is always the baseline of great achievements. Very few have ever failed with the hard work approach to making it in life. There are no shortcuts to lasting success, only smartcuts.
Setting goals, making plans to achieve them, and staying on track is hard work.
You blast through obstacles that stop others who have less resolve. Thomas Edison failed approximately 10,000 times while he was working on the light bulb and yet he never dreamed of giving up — this is the hard work and the determination that marks a true success.
Picasso was exceptionally prolific throughout his long lifetime.
Visualize and Achieve Your Dreams As you seek for greater levels of success in your life, remember these "Luck Rules": 1. Once you have experienced the effects and rewards of hard work, luck willingly climbs aboard.
Listen to unexpected impressions that come to mind: they can lead to unexpected lucky opportunities!
Bill Gates saw the dawn of the PC and worked hard to put a computer on every desk. Rockefeller, too, saw ahead when the world-changing new industry was oil and took advantage.
Hard work is challenging, painful and uncomfortable. In fact, a major key to success is to learn to enjoy challenging work and to enjoy working hard at it.
His earliest date from 1881 and the latest from July, 1890.
The greater your capacity for hard work, the more rewards fall within your grasp. By showing up and working, you will make progress, everyday.