“What does it mean to never give up?
Some people quit smoking “cold turkey,” giving it up all at once and never look back. These are the people who never gave up on themselves. They were fully committed to giving up the cigarette habit even though it was hard to do.CLICK HERE … to LISTEN or Download the MP3
Others can’t do that, they “try” to give it up by giving in a little at a time by cutting back. Some of these people will eventually quit, while many more will lose interest entirely.
The difference between never giving up and giving in starts with a commitment. It starts by creating a plan. Together, these will greatly increase your odds of success. The harder it is to give up the more you must plan.
When people are living a fear-based lifestyle they give in a lot.
They think, “oh, it’s okay to give up a little of my freedoms to feel safe.” They look at each element of their lives and their interaction with society, awaiting the mandate instructing them to give something up, then allowing them to do it again, a little at a time. Doing what they are told relieves them of their free-will.
So, which comes first, action, or commitment?
In order to have an effective outcome, the commitment must come first, otherwise, the action you take will be weak. Most people learn the lesson of either never giving up or giving in when they get a diagnosis from their doctor who tells them if they don’t stop smoking, they will die. It’s the reality shock of hearing that if you don’t change your ways something drastic will happen. Finally committed, they give smoking up.
People need to learn when to say yes, and when to say no, or no more. The problem is, when confronted with a fear-based decision, people say yes, a little at a time when they don’t mean it. The little yeses and compliances along the way eat away at their compromised life.
It’s important that you learn to say no, or no more, this way it never gets to the point where you lose something valuable little by little. It’s a choice, you either never give up or you continually give in. Giving in will destroy you.
Since most people will die having lived a fear-based life, you need to examine where the fear lives in your life. Are you making decisions from fear? Are you allowing fear to take things from you that you love? If you don’t get control over your decisions by using the right research to make decisions from, you will never live out your desired destiny.
You must see that you don’t just give up a bad habit or an outdated belief all at once – it’s gradual. You “gave in” many times before you “gave up.” Giving up happened from a series of compromises over time. Never giving up is derived from having a strong belief in yourself, knowing you can do it.“
You have a choice; never give up, or give in.
Which one wears at you the most?
If you’re not careful you will lose touch with the reason you came here and have to come back and do it all over again. That’s just the way it works.
HOW IT WORKS: Never give up … you have help! This is the moral of my story, Guided. This is the dedication in Guided …
“I dedicate this book to those who have Guided me, my life coaches, my best friends, my spirit guides. Thank you for your infinite wisdom, teachings, patience, your impeccable timing and clarity, and your unyielding love and support. Thanks to my Spirit Guide Angels, I have lived to tell my story. Without all of you, I wouldn’t have made it – I wouldn’t have wanted to.”
No one ever said life would be easy, however, like me, you were never expected to do it alone. You came here to learn so you could overcome your shortcomings. It has everything to do with your free-will. You will either choose to realize what you came here to do and take the action to achieve it … or give in, once again. Giving in will require that you do what you are told to do. Never giving up will not allow you to give in. I never gave up because I had help, I had my Guides guiding me every step of the way, but it was always my choice to move that way, or not. ~ Linda Deir
A mix of Spirituality and Unexpected Psychology … Linda Deir Transition Coach … guidance from “those” who know you best!