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Perhaps we should look to several examples as to why this is true. First, very often we want quickest results possible. Knowing this is case, accepting that having stick-to-it-ness necessary to achieve greatness isn't all that glamorous. Perhaps it is easier for us to simply say, they were lucky then to say, "If they can do it, I can learn from this persons example and achieve similar results in my given area of endeavor."
In looking not to just end result, or glamorous rewards often associated with success stories of other people, but also in hardships they had to endure we can gain a needed strength. It is from that very strength that I believe we can in turn move closer to our own definition of success.
The next time you hear someone calling a personís achievement lucky, I hope you will do both yourself and other person a big favor and disagree with them wholeheartedly. Remind then that far more likely then simply "luck" was all effort that we may not even be aware of that went into getting them to where they are now.
It's a simple shift in way we choose to view things, but it is a shift that gives us power and knowing that we are as capable as anyone when it comes to reaching our dreams and desires.
-- Here's wishing you great success, Josh Hinds
Josh Hinds of http://GetMotivation.com specializes in helping people to achieve maximum success and live the life of their dreams. He is also the co-founder of http://AudioMotivation.com which brings you advice from leading motivational, business, and personal development experts.