To be any kind of an artist, tenacity is a critical skill. Whether you are writing, painting or dancing, you must continue to push your limits. When others don’t believe in you, standing firm against the naysayers will allow you to keep creating. When someone has hard advice, having tenacity will help you take it and improve. Tenacity can mean being responsive to events, using a setback as an opportunity. Tenacity makes success possible. Those who don’t have it rarely succeed!
There’s good news. Even if you’re a person who gives up easily, tenacity can be built. Though it can be a natural quality, it can also be a habit. Just practice not giving up. If you don’t succeed, just try again later. As a skill, it can be learned.
Winston Churchill knew a lot about tenacity. When he was young, he was thin and weak, but he made himself…
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