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Persistence


OK, the biggest mistakes I have seen with coaching clients in the past, and as to why people are not successful, is that they walk away/give up too soon. They are just not persistent in their “journey” to success. And that is exactly how you must think about it, as a journey, not a 5 minute car ride! If you speak to anyone successful, I am sure 99% of them will tell you they refused to give up when they had the option. Being persistent can really mean the difference between success and failure, mo matter what it is you are in pursuit of. Persistence really is the deal-breaker!


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Think about successful people you know or admire, and see if they fit into the above categories. For example, whether you love or hate the Beck- hams, if you are really honest with yourself, you will see that they both possess the Four P’s of success; there’s no denying it ! ■


Vanessa Vinos is originally from the UK, but now lives in Seville, Spain. She is a trained Criminal Psychologist but “fell into” the HR/ Management Consultancy industry and “fell-out” of the industry in 2001. She now runs 3 successful businesses from sunny Spain. She also writes for numerous publications including the largest English language newspaper in Spain, and reviews books for various international au- thors. She is a mentor for the Guardian newspapers mentoring site ‘The Horsesmouth’.


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