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Keep Calm And Carry On | Never Give Up On Your Goals

Keep Calm And Carry On | Never Give Up On Your Goals

This blog post isn’t just a note to the world and my readers… It’s also a note to my self.

There’s 24 hours in a day, 7 days in a week. Through out that time most of us can get caught up in the seriousness of life quite easily.

Some of us have jobs/school/college to go to from super early in the morning, some of us are over working ourselves to progress further in life.

Whatever your circumstance is, keep calm and carry on.

There’s no use in stressing yourself to the point of exhaustion. Not only is it bad for your health, but stress is pretty much BAD for everything and anything.

Life isn’t all Disney land but at the same time it’s not all world war 2 either. While you’re on the path of trying to accomplish and progress, try not to take life to seriously.

If necessary, take a step back, take a breather, keep calm and carry on.

I’ll explain why you should never give up on your goals/dreams.


1. Success Could Be Around The Corner For All You Know

And it’s impossible for you to disagree.

Nobody can predict what’s gonna happen next 100% if it hasn’t even happened yet, so for all you know, success could be just a mile away.

I’m not sure what the exact story was but one guy was digging for some treasure, eventually he gave up…

Then another guy had a go at it and began digging for this treasure.

The massive difference between guy number 1 and guy number 2 is guy number 1 gave up too early.

What about guy number 2 though? He didn’t, he found the treasure and became a millionaire because of it. You never know how far away success may be.


2. Never Settle For Less

It’s too easy to get comfortable with the life you’re living and the way things are. But who said it has to even be like that?

Just because it’s like that in the beginning doesn’t mean your entire life will be the same.

Unfortunately many actually believe if you’re born into a certain lifestyle, things will never change.

It’s not about where you’re born, who you are or what your circumstances are at all.

What it IS about is what you decide to do about it to make it happen!

Life is built around choices, your life is a direct result of the choices you’ve been making.


3. You’ll Regret It When You’re Older

Who wants to be in their 50’s, 60’s, 70’s looking back at life feeling full of regret? Do you? I’ll tell you one thing that’s certain, i don’t, i wont and i refuse to.

Just like all those successful people who refused to be ruled by their circumstances.

Think long term, then decide if the end result sounds sexy. If not, take action and make it happen.


4. You Have Nothing To Lose

As long as you’re alive and kicking, not much else really matters.

So what if you’ll fail from time to time, you’re supposed to fail that’s the whole point.

We’re human beings, not machines. When you think about it though even machines can fail, so why should you be worried?

I’ve failed hundreds of times at things, believe me when i say i’m not exaggerating.

If the thought of achieving your goals feels better than where your life is at right now, you have nothing to lose.

Buy some running shoes and start making progress towards your goals!


When in doubt, keep calm and carry on. Look at the bigger picture, not the picture that isn’t complete yet.


Leave your thoughts below 😉


  1. Great article! I especially like your point of regret when older. That’s one of my personal fears. I’m currently 21, and work hard today so that I don’t regret not doing anything with my life while I’m on my deathbed. But at the same time, I still want to enjoy life and make memories – it’s a balance we all aim for I guess. I actually just watched a video I think will complement your article well, I’ll link it at the end. Let me know what you think of it. Keep up the great writing!

    • Hey Kyle. It’s a fear of mine as well. I’m 27. And that’s why I’m doing everything I can and want to now while I’m more than able. Regret is poison, and it’s last thing I’d wish on anybody.

      Share that video with me when you get the chance.

      Thanks for sharing your thoughts man!

  2. I am already 50 and I am struggling on the path to success. Right now I am deliberating over my next best course of action to follow, which is hard as time is so precious and something I have become increasingly conscious of in recent years.

    • I have empathy, and can imagine you’d be conscious of your time.

      One thing I think about a lot is this quote which might help: “work harder on yourself than you do on your job.”

      Stay blessed James. And stay positive on your journey


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