You Can’t Make Me Quit. Not Now. Not Ever.

You can’t make me quit by laughing at my dreams.

You can’t make me quit by telling me it’s impossible.

You can’t make me quit by telling me the people who make it are born lucky.

You can’t make me quit by showing me the odds.

You can’t make me quit by throwing every piece of bad luck in the world at me.

You can’t make me quit by letting me fail, over and over again.

You can’t make me quit when I’m tired, when I’m worn down, when I’ve been knocked down.

You can’t make me quit, because you can’t stop me from getting back up again.

You can’t make me quit, because I will not stop fighting or stop swinging for the fences.

You can’t make me quit, because I’m doing what I know I’m meant to be doing, and I believe in it 1000%.

You can’t make me quit because there’s not enough armies in all the world to stand between me and the goals that I am committed to achieving.

You can’t make me quit because I will push myself as far as I need to go to make it.

You can’t make me quit because I know what it looks like when a person reaches the end of the line with the knowledge that they didn’t give it everything they had.

You can’t make me quit because I’m as stubborn as I am motivated as I am bloody minded enough to hold on to the ride no matter what.

You can’t make me quit trying to make my business, my blog, my creativity and my spirit work.

Nobody can make you quit. If you quit, it’s because you chose to.

So don’t quit.

Keep yourself focused.

Make it happen, and make it happen your way, on your time.

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