Golden Cicada's Law
Cicadas have to live underground for three years in the dark (there is an American cicada that lives for 17 years), endure all kinds of loneliness and loneliness, grow up a little bit by the juice of the roots of the tree, and then one night in summer Climbing to the tree branch, she became aware overnight.
Then look forward to the moment when the sun rises, it can fly into the sky and rush towards freedom. This is called Jin Chan's Law.
Many people's lives are like lotuses in a pond. At first, they bloom vigorously, but they always feel that they are not blooming enough, so they are getting tired. They choose to give up on the 10th, 20th, or even 29th day. Lotus law
Many people ’s struggles are also like growing bamboos. At the beginning, they are full of energy, but because most of the previous stages are laying foundations, the results are not so obvious. In the first, third, and even fourth years, Time to choose to give up. Not to mention the calmness and persistence of Cicada. Bamboo Law
The closer to success, the more difficult it is and the more you need to persist.
Whether it is entrepreneurship or life, what we lack is not abilities, skills, models, but persistence and perseverance. Only by insisting on quantitative changes can we finally achieve qualitative changes, and we can break through the critical point of success and achieve final success.
Ma Yun once said: "Today is cruel, tomorrow is even more cruel, and the day after tomorrow is beautiful, but most people die tomorrow night and cannot see the day after tomorrow."
Most people give up just one step away from success.
There is an old saying in China that "walking half a mile and half ninety" means that walking a hundred miles and walking half a mile is only halfway, because many people insist on giving up to ninety miles.
These laws tell us the truth: fight to the end, not luck and cleverness, but perseverance.