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Since 1989, Tom Venuto has been involved in the fitness industry as a personal trainer, success coach, nutrition consultant, health club manager, publisher and freelance writer.
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Why Some People Quit And
Some People NEVER Give Up
By Tom Venuto
Some people just never quit. They have ferocious persistence
and they never let go of their goals. They're like the bulldog
that refuses to release its teeth-hold on a bone. No matter
how hard you try to pull it out of his mouth... the harder the
dog chomps down with a vice like grip. Other people abandon
their biggest goals and dreams at the first obstacle they
encounter. Did you ever wonder why that is? There is a reason.
An extremely important guideline for achieving fitness and fat
loss success is the concept that there is no failure; only
feedback. You don’t “fail”, you only get results.
This is a concept from Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) and
the first time I ever heard it was from Anthony Robbins. It
stuck with me and never left me, because it’s a very, very
powerful shift in mindset.
A lot of people will second-guess themselves and they’ll bail
out and quit, just because what they try at first doesn’t work.
They consider it a permanent failure, but all they need is a
little attitude change, a mindset change, or what we call a
Instead of saying, “This is failure” they can say to themselves,
“I produced a result” and “this is only temporary.” This change
in perspective is going to change the way that they move forward
and how they mentally process and explain the experience. It
turns into a learning experience and valuable feedback for a
course correction and not a failure.
It's all about your results and your interpretation of those
Dr Martin Seligman, a professor of psychology at the University
of Pennsylvania, did some incredible research on this subject
and reported it in his book, Learned Optimism. Dr. Seligman
noticed that the difference between people who give up and
people who persist and never quit is what he referred to as
“explanatory style.” He said that explanatory style is the way
we explain or interpret bad events or failures.
People who habitually give up have an explanatory style of
permanence. They hit a plateau in their diet and explain it
by saying, “diet’s never work” or “I have bad genetics so I’ll
always be fat.” These explanations imply permanence. Other
people hit a plateau and explain it by saying, “I ate out too
many times this week,” or “I haven’t found the right diet for
my body type yet.” These explanations of your results imply
The people who see obstacles as temporary and as valuable
learning experiences are the ones who never quit and if you
learn from past experiences, not repeating what doesn’t work,
and if you never quit, you eventually must succeed. Those who
see obstacles or negative results as permanent failure are the
ones who give up easily and often generalize their failure to
other areas of their lives.
Tom Venuto is a lifetime natural bodybuilder, personal trainer,
gym owner, freelance writer, and author of “Burn The Fat, Feed
The Muscle”: Fat Burning Secrets of the World’s Best Bodybuilders
and Fitness Models. Click here to visit Tom's Burn The Fat, Feed The Muscle website.