Don’t let your dreams become an empty promise — to yourself. Success requires passion, optimism, and hard work. It also requires courage, sacrifice, and personal commitment. Remember… there will be roadblocks and you’re going to have good days and bad. But every step you take will bring you closer to your goal. You’re going to face adversity, and your resolve will be tested. You may even wonder whether you’re up to the challenge. But you’re going to get through the tough days by remembering why you began your journey.
At the end of the day, your choice is clear: Are you ready to make the required commitment or would you rather forfeit your dreams? You’ll know you’re up to the challenge if you refuse to let anything get in your way. So tell me, if commitment is the fuel for your dreams — are you running on full or empty?
Here are 9 roadblocks to success. They should serve as guideposts for your journey.
9 Roadblocks to Success
All talk. Some people talk a good game, but that’s where it ends.
Laziness. Some folks want the rewards, but are unwilling to put in the hard work.
Fear. Some people are so afraid of failing that they fail to try.
Procrastination. Some folks list every excuse in the book why now isn’t the time to start.
Poor advice. Some people allow their friends to discourage them from pursuing their dreams.
Indecision. Some folks are like a deer in headlights. They’re unwilling to make the tough decisions needed to advance their cause.
Commitment. Some people are not willing to make the sacrifices required to succeed.
Perfection. Some folks demand perfection and can’t proceed until it’s attained — which means never.
Quitting. Some people give up without realizing that they were inches away from the finish line.
Which Roadblocks Hinder You?
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