A wall of 1-8 reasons that you decide are perfectly reasonable reasons as to why you canâ€™t continue in pursuing your dreams, and so instead you give up and come to terms with the idea that it just canâ€™t happen for you.
1) They Lose the Belief of it Being Possible
Itâ€™s a pretty obvious reason, right? At the point of which you start something, youâ€™ll have a big belief that what youâ€™re trying to do is easily possible. However, many people start to lose this belief after a few months because they havenâ€™t had any real promising results thus far.
2) They Get Bored of the Repetitiveness
Itâ€™s no secret to people; to get what you want in life youâ€™ll need to rinse and repeat everything that youâ€™re doing on a daily basis in order to become successful.
Itâ€™s like they say, if you hit an oak tree with an axe a thousand times, in a thousand different places, then nothing will happen.
Patience is a big key to success in any given area, and itâ€™s important that you do everything in your power to stay motivated and keep that level of belief exactly where it was at the point of setting out on your venture.
But if you hit that oak tree a thousand times in the same spot, you will successfully bring it down. Many people simply get bored of repeating the mundane tasks on one venture, and just start a new one that gives them some fresh excitement.
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I know because this is something Iâ€™ve done before. Partly because I wasnâ€™t getting anywhere quickly, but also because I got bored of doing the same thing over and over.
3) They Donâ€™t See Results Quickly Enough
Every point in this list is a viable reason as to why most people give up, but this one is probably the biggest reason as to why people decide theyâ€™ve had enough and are ready to throw in the towel.
As I briefly mentioned above, everything takes time, and if youâ€™re going to succeed at something then you need to be in it for the long haul, and not just as a quick desperation for success.
â€œThere are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure.â€ â€“ Colin Powell
4) They Listen to Others Advice
Those that are easily persuaded by the advice that others give them, can be susceptible to dropping everything theyâ€™re trying to achieve, just because they believe the information that others tell them.
Itâ€™s often the case that those who do give up on their dreams because of this, end up spotting someone else later down the line making their idea become a reality.
People may not be able to grasp what youâ€™re setting out to do, and therefore can quite easily give you their negative opinion on the topic at hand. So if youâ€™re willing to listen to them and give up at the point of them telling you to do so, then thereâ€™s no doubt you wonâ€™t succeed with it.
Which could potentially leave with you with a lot of regret a short time later when you see another person making it possible.
Another solid reason as to why most people give up on their dreams.
5) They Find it Too Difficult
First off, itâ€™s supposed to be difficult. If it wasnâ€™t difficult then everybody would be doing it, and as a result you wouldnâ€™t be that bothered about it in the first place.
Nobody becomes successful without having any obstacles to overcome or any barriers to climb. So if youâ€™re finding it too difficult, continue to challenge and push yourself in order to grow and learn. No one starts with complete knowledge. Youâ€™ll get there eventually.
6) They Become Distracted by Other Aspects of Their Life
A dream or end goal requires a lot of attention, consistently. People may not have any other pressing life issues or problems when they first begin working towards their dreams, but that doesnâ€™t mean that other problems wonâ€™t arise within their life during the process.
The list of possible distractions in this case is incredibly long. Some of them may be small issues that shouldnâ€™t really stop you, but have done. And others may be issues that you just canâ€™t avoid and have to pay attention to.
For example: If the fact that a new program is now being broadcast on T.V, is distracting you then you really have no excuses.
On the other hand, if youâ€™re currently struggling to make ends meat and need to spend more time on actually finding a job that can pay all your bills and keep you out of debt, then thatâ€™s understandable.
7) They Fear Whatâ€™s Involved
There are always going to be hurdles that youâ€™re not quite ready to jump over. The difference is that the people who face those hurdles even with a slight fear inside them, can keep progressing onward.
Individuals can quite easily decide to give up, because theyâ€™ve seen the hurdles and are just afraid of jumping them. Be prepared to take action on things before you actually feel ready to do so.
Otherwise, that extra time youâ€™ve waited could be the difference between winning and losing.
Thatâ€™s an important thing to remember.
8) They Donâ€™t Have the Discipline to Work Hard Enough
It takes real discipline to get results from your goals, and some people just donâ€™t have the discipline thatâ€™s needed in order to get there. Therefore from their lack of discipline, itâ€™s pretty easy for them to be deterred from wanting to work towards their dreams anymore.
This is probably the biggest reason as to why most people give up.