Push yourself until you've had enough, then push some more
We think, mistakenly, that success is the result of the amount of time we put in at work, instead of the quality of time we put in. ~ Ariana Huffington, businesswoman and author
Like the pic below says, 'Never stop working'. Want to start a business or change your career? Want to learn a new hobby? Go back to school and finish your degree? It's all achievable but most will never know, all because they gave up too soon. When my first batch of #glamneedleholders was created I could have stopped there and decided it would be too much time and work and no one would want to buy them. When the colors came out wrong or the final product was one I didn't like, I could have just gave the whole thing up and put my energy elsewhere (because it was a lot of energy and late nights). But when we give up on things halfway or part way, we miss out and not just speaking from a monetary stand point. We miss out on seeing that final result (good, bad or indifferent), we miss out on the lessons learned and the techniques that can be tweaked. We miss out on those oops that turn into greats.
No new task is easy and no one likes to step out of their comfort zones but if you have that goal or dream in mind, then you have to work. It's not easy, it's not fun and it does make you want to quit. No matter how long it takes to achieve, when it's finally finished, you can sit back and say to yourself "well done".