Famous author and former British Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, once said, “success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.”
Such an inspiring quote from one of history’s most compelling figures – suffice to say, Churchill seemingly had the potential to be an exceptional family coach.
What if we just apply Churchill’s aforementioned quote to our daily lives or to that of the families we service?
For our team this is quite encouraging given the nature of our work and challenges that we face as professionals. One breakthrough doesn’t mean the job is complete, and one setback doesn’t mean hope is lost – perseverance is what helps us to overcome obstacles, reach goals and make positive impacts one family at a time.
As for you – the family, the parent, the child – say it again “success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.”
That repetition is necessary. In fact, let’s say it one more time - “success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.”
Our family coaching stresses this philosophy when it comes to helping families overcome their unique challenges. Even when you are engaged, motivated and progressing – the key is to continue working towards goals, and then turn changes into routines for daily living. You will without question climb to peaks, and also slip to valleys. But to accomplish your personal goals and then make positive impacts on those around you, it will without a doubt take a genuine courage to continue.
Don’t just take it from us – even Churchill knew it.