Any work done with constant effort, dedication, and diligence will definitely lead to success. Take the example of a normal worker who works diligently and diligently during the job, on the contrary, another person sees laziness, then surely the one who works diligently and diligently will progress.
Success depends on constant hard work and effort, yes, it may take some time to succeed, but success is definitely achieved. If you are looking for Motivational Poems About Effort, you will find them here.
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Effort Leads To Success
Poet: Le Baron Briggs
So few workers, in proportion to the whole number,
give themselves, loyally and unreservedly to their immediate duty,
and if you thus give yourself,
you cannot but succeed.
Thousands of people in small positions whine
because their talents are thrown away –
because their ability has no elbow room.
It is not elbow room they need;
it is “elbow grease”;
it is energy and strength.
Their very whining shows they are too
small for the place they are in now.
When the right kind of a person has too small a place,
he does his work so well as to make the place bigger;
people see more in it than they ever saw before.
Effort You Put In
Merit and the Throng
by Edgar A. Guest
A thousand men filed in by day
To work and later draw their pay;
A thousand men with hopes and dreams.
Ambitions, visions, plans and schemes,
And in the line a youth who said:
“What chance have I to get ahead?
In such a throng, can any tell
Whether or not I labor well?”
Yet merit is so rare a trait
That once it enters by the gate,
Although ’tis mingled with the throng,
The news of it is passed along.
A workman sees a willing boy,
And talks about his find with joy;
A foreman hears the word, and seeks
The lad of whom another speaks.
So up the line the news is passed,
And to the chief it comes at last.
A willing ear to praise he lends,
Then for that eager boy he sents
And gives him little tasks to do
To learn if all that’s said be true.
Among the throng the lad is one
He keeps a watchful eye upon.
On, youngster, walking with the throng,
Although to-day the road seems long,
Remember that it lies with you
To say what kind of work you’ll do.
If you are only passing fair
The chief will never know you’re there,
But if you’ve merit, have no doubt,
The chief will quickly find it out.
No Longer Dreams
Poet: Catherine Pulsifer
To do anything good
To do it as it should
Takes effort from you
In all that you do.
Taking shortcuts, saving time
Truly isn’t worth a dime.
Don’t be discouraged when
Challenges happen, even ten.
Effort at times requires patience so
And not giving up, as you know,
Will bring you to success
Even if mistakes you address.
So give it all you got and more
It will be worth it for sure.
You will be on the winning team
And see your goals realized, no longer dreams.
Success in Life
Poet: Catherine Pulsifer
What determines success in life
Yes, one is overcoming strife
But what moves us forward each day
It is the effort we put in every way.
Nothing comes for free
We must work you see
To achieve success
Is truly not effortless.
So each day commit
To do your best, don’t quit
Giving effort and energy
Will move you forward, you will see.
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