December 3, 2022

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Elbert Hubbard famously observed, “What appeared hopeless failure may turn into beautiful success, with a little more persistence and a little more effort.” This is the case with Oluwatobiloba Amusan, who on Sunday, July 25, 2022, at the world athletics championships in Eugene, Oregon, became the first Nigerian athlete in history to ever win the women’s 100-meter hurdles gold medal.
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To tell you this, I’ve been holding off for a while. Over the years, I’ve discovered that one of the best ways to improve at something is to develop a system, and one of the best ways to develop the most effective system is to research, adapt, think positively, and employ tools and procedures that have already been shown to work by others.
Even though things don’t always turn out the way you want them to or expect them to, you must constantly assess your effectiveness, change as necessary, and remain persistent if you want to keep moving forward and reach your goals.
If you are honest with yourself, you will realise your potential.
You have to actively pursue success; it won’t just happen to you. Without enormous effort, nothing worthwhile can ever be done.

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Business success is a true battle; it involves battling principalities and forces from the start of the company through its maintenance and expansion.
Your success will be based on a number of factors, the majority of which will be favourable. This is because many people think they are well suited for a particular career or business, only to discover after a few months or years that they are no longer productive in the field due to a single failure or disappointment.
British sprinter Derek Anthony Redmond is now retired. He held the British record for the 400-meter relay during his career at the world and European Championships.
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In one of sports’ most illustrious and remarkable moments, the Olympic 400-meter semifinal in 1992, Derek Redmond was favoured to win a medal.
Although Derek, who was in excellent shape going into the Barcelona Games, had posted the fastest time in his heart, he felt intense agony just 150 metres into the race. He tore his hamstring and fell to the ground in pain. He continued, unwilling to give up and determined to complete the race.
As he approached the corner, he was joined by his father, Jim, who barged past track officials, waved them off, and came to Derek’s side, telling him, “You don’t have to do this.” “Yes, I do,” he said, “and we’re going to complete this together!”
Together, father and son persevered, and right before the finish line, Derek’s father let him go to finish his race, which received a standing ovation from a crowd of over 65,000 people. You CAN’T FAIL if you don’t give up.
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Derek Redmond’s narrative has been described as “one of the purest instances of determination and perseverance in Olympic history.” With a run of 400 metres in 1985, the British runner broke the British record for the first time.
Elbert Hubbard famously observed, “What appeared hopeless failure may turn into beautiful success, with a little more persistence and a little more effort.” This is the case with Oluwatobiloba Amusan, who on Sunday, July 25, 2022, at the world athletics championships in Eugene, Oregon, became the first Nigerian athlete in history to ever win the women’s 100-meter hurdles gold medal.
Prior to the big feet Sunday, Amusan stated on her Twitter profile in November 2016 that although she may not yet be well-known, she would persevere until she achieved her goals.
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“I believe in my abilities,” Amusan stated after the event.
“A dream has come true. When I saw it on the screen after the semifinals, even though I knew I had it in me, I couldn’t believe it. It was only a matter of time, though “.
Amusan disclosed that she woke up with heavy legs on Sunday morning, but when she told his coach, he replied, “Your mind is just playing tricks on you. You are ready to go”. She was indeed ready.
According to reports, Amusan travelled alone to the competition with her own funds to represent Nigeria rather than the US, where she usually trains. She cried as she saw herself win a gold medal for a nation that did not care about her or support her (just like no one currently appears to be willing to help you), and millions of people around the world wept with her (the cry of success that could not be stopped)
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No matter how many times a man falls, what counts is his capacity to recover from each seemingly hopeless circumstance.
When you look away from your objective, you encounter obstacles—terrifying things. Wake up early if you want to make your dreams come true since you are the architect of your own destiny.
Always behave as though you are wearing an invisible crown; delete the “T” off you can’t. Failure is merely a stepping stone on the path to achievement. A man who received numerous rejections from newspaper editors who claimed he lacked talent went on to become the most prolific author. — Walt Disney.
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Before making the electricity light, a man tried and failed 10,000 times. – Edison
Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States of America, was a man who experienced economic failure at the age of 22, the death of his sweetheart at the age of 26, and a nervous breakdown at the age of 27.
Learn from these people’s experiences in life. Do not delay; change your negativity into optimism. The time will not just be right. Make a detailed plan for achieving your goal, then get started right away.
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Put this plan into action whether you’re prepared or not. With a positive thought, attitude, and action, begin your day. Accept responsibility, and you’ll seem to have superhuman abilities to accomplish your goals when your passions are strong enough.
An unbeatable mix for success is patience, perseverance, and perspiration. Go for it.
I noticed while watching NBA players that their winning strategies have less to do with their willpower and more to do with their routines. Yes, of course, it requires willpower while the habit is being formed, but once it forms a new neural pathway and way of being, the routine becomes easier to follow than not, and the energy and willpower required to form the habit are freed up to enable you to perform better and achieve even better results.
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