Make no way for failure
Giving up is your key to failure. When you start telling yourself that you can’t do it, you will start limiting your competencies. American actor and producer Bill Cosby shares his life-changing experience.
Started with humble beginnings, Cosby tried his luck in a low-paying job before he became the star of the decade’s defining sitcom, The Bill Cosby Show. Before the said popular show, he was once a hungry young man working in clubs in San Francisco as a stand-up performer. His biggest break in the industry hit in 1960 as he was given the starring role in an action show entitled I Spy.
Looking at the path that Cosby has taken, he never expected that he will achieve that much, having nothing when he started. That principle is applicable to each one of us. It’s never too late or too early to start on something that has potential. Your desire and compassion in your chosen career will help you climb the golden ladder to success. Never fear failure, as that fear is just a barricade to your dream. Your desire for success should drive you to move forward and beat the hindrances that will come your way.
Because of his passion for work, Cosby achieved enough and earned a star in the Hollywood Walk of Fame. He never imagined that in his early life, but he made it by all means. Failure maybe crossed his mind, but it was never greater than his desire for success.