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6 Things A Norwegian Fable Teaches Us About Healthy Perseverance Part 2


4. Ideas, goals and dreams have a shelf life.The man in the fable took years traveling the different roads, forgetting that his fiancée waswaiting for him to arrive to get married. After years passed, she stopped waiting and ended up marrying another. Author, John L. Mason said, "Ideas have a shelf life; that's why we must act before the expiration date." Getting started onany new project is exciting because it's new. Persevering through the months ahead require holding on to the why of doing it and involving all of your senses to envision the victory now. Imagine how you will feel one year from now whenyou return for your annual physical and the receptionist does a double take when you sign in at the desk. Hear the accolades from your primary physician as he reviews your chart and compliments you on the progress you've made. Do you carry your head a little higher? Do you stand a little taller? Of course you do! "To everything there is a time and season underthe sun." Seize your time today. Know what you want and stay focused on it.

5. The achievement of your goal affects other people.The man in the fable did not consider the feelingsor the impact his delay would have on his fiancée. Because he did not take her dreams and desire for their relationship into account while on his journey,he missed the opportunity to receive the joy of seeingher smiling face after hours and days of anticipationof the life they had planned together. Your successwill affect those in your sphere of influence. Peopleare watching you. More importantly, people wantyou to succeed. You become their example of whatis possible and their encouragement to take similarsteps too! Know what you want and stay focused on it.

6. The results of your efforts will produce joy ordisappointment. The man in the fable realized how much he lost by not persevering to attain his goal.It left him alone, poor and friendless. What joy are you delaying by not persevering with your goal?What dream are you deferring by taking another route? Count the cost. Is the price worth surrenderingwhat you carry in your heart? Author, H. Besser, in his book, "Perseverance: How To Develop It" writes,"Those who cannot persevere along one single line that will guide them to one particular goal are alllike this man." Know what you want and stay focused on it.

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