Should I give up?

Anyone who works hard to achieve a serious goal knows that the journey to achievement is not always smooth. There are ups and downs and people who want to succeed ask themselves at some point, if it is time to give up. I heard a lot of self-help gurus say and motivate the speaker to say one of the things that should not be given up. People say, "Do not give up your dream", do not give up, do not give up.

This suggestion is useful. But what it really means does not mean to give up, how do we know when to keep trying or give up. When you face difficult moments in life, emotions hold you, you may not have a clear way forward. Someone says to you that when you feel emotional pain, do not give up, feel that being stuck may be comfort, but it can also be like to tell people not to be angry when they are angry. It helps you understand when to give up, when not to give up. Sometimes healing requires us to understand the cause of the disease, not just its symptoms. By knowing when to give up and when not to give up, you'll deal with the situation when things do not go well and move forward better. Know when to give up, when not to give up. This article has five wrong reasons to give up.

1. Give up, because you have not seen the results

In all our efforts, we expect to see results. This is just human nature. We sometimes expect people to expect them to do the same for us. When we spend money and buy something, we expect it to work as it should. In many areas of our lives, we look forward to immediate results. This sometimes leads to immediate results when we want to succeed. Success works differently. This may not be as straightforward as we would like. Just like a farmer who tries to grow seeds and nurture his seeds until harvesting, sometimes we may not see immediate results when trying to reach a particular target. Therefore, we need to work comfortably, without seeing immediate results, knowing that we will reap the rewards after more harvest time arrives. Give up your dreams, because you do not see immediate results that sometimes can get you back to goal achievement.


As a human being, we naturally learn from the experience of cable. Studies have shown that negative experiences tend to stick to us rather than positive experiences. Our emotions are also related to our experience gained from the environment. From the time we were young, we experimented with burning candles on our fingers to test if we were to fire. Once we burn, we never want to fire again, because the experience tells us that fire burns. After that, we started to associate the fire with the pain. When we see the fire, we try to avoid it as much as possible.

Once we grow up and try to achieve our goal, the same thing happens. Just as we want to avoid the failure of the truth sometimes we fail and begin to fear access. This makes it difficult for us to realize our true potential and achieve our goals. The failure of the past has the potential to affect our psyche, leading us not to take action to avoid the pain associated with failure.

This may be one of the worst reasons to abandon your goal because the past failures do not Often reflecting the performance of the future. Many now successful people have failed many times in the past, including Sylvester Stallone

3. Give up because you do not believe in yourself

Self-belief affects how you achieve your goals. Even in sports, a self-confident athlete tends to behave better than a less confident athlete. The same thing happens when we try to achieve our goals. When we believe in our abilities, we have more confidence and courage to take the actions we need to take to achieve our goals. When we lack self-confidence, we feel frustrated and give up the first obstacle we encounter. We give up not because we can not or we fail, but because we do not believe in ourselves, we do not believe we can achieve our goals. This is a bad reason to abandon your goal because it is based on the perception of the self, not the reality. The reality is that if we put in enough effort and time, we all have the ability to realize what we think.


Sometimes giving up is not about whether we will succeed, but we give up because we are afraid we need to do the hard work before we can achieve our goal.

Exercise provides a good example of how we sometimes give up what we know is really workable. When you eat well, exercise you are guaranteed to see positive results, but it requires hard work, exercise and getting dieting. So, even if you can determine the outcome you will achieve when eating well and exercising, you may consciously or subconsciously give up just because it is hard work


Sometimes people may not support you. Maybe your spouse does not support you or someone else says you will fail. Maybe your eyesight is visible only to you and to others.

Abandon your goals or dreams because the others tell you that you may be the worst thing you've ever done because your vision may be for many people Seems unrealistic. Only you know how strong your feelings are and how passionate you are. Few people believe that humans can fly until the Wright brothers invented a plane. Most people will be cynical when you say you can travel from Africa to the United States in less than 3 hours but are currently researching to create the world's fastest aircraft. Others think it's impossible to be very likely for you. So do not give up your dream just because someone else gives you a hundred reasons why you're trying to achieve will not work. There may be many other ways to achieve your goal, which is not obvious until you're crazy to try to think someone else is not possible