I was never really good in school, by man's standards I have only a eighth grade education. During my late teens I decided I wanted to go to college, for business, and studied for my GED. I never told anyone what I was doing because I was afraid if I failed everyone would be disappointed in me. Every day for months I would get up at five in the morning, exercise for two hours, get a shower, and head off to work for eight hours. When I got home I would sit with the GED book working on math problems, I was never good in math so I thought this was a good strategy. All of my hard work had paid off I took the test and passed.
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Now I sit reading this manual to do what I have wanted to do for years and I am once again afraid of failure. I never liked science, always failed science, now here is all this scientific jargon right in front of my face. I will have two hours to take the test which consists of 140 questions and the cost is $260.00, only because I am a member of Snap Fitness. I can take the test again, and I think about those in other fields who have to take exams and fail, not just once, but more than once. If I fail, I will work harder to achieve what I want.
I look at it like this I have only truly failed if I fall down and never get back up. After all it is my life. and It's Your Life, Live to the fullest, and don't give up.