Summit Doesn’t Have To Be Hard. Read These 8 Tips


A summit is an elevation in the earth’s surface reaching above the general level. They can be high points of mountain ranges, plateaus, or hills. A lot more than just these definitions, summits are used a lot by people. With that being said this post will hopefully help those who need inspiration when they’re going up a hill or trying to find motivation to do anything in their life and if you have heard teen summit host dies.

If you’ve ever felt like you’re too young and inexperienced to take on life’s challenges head-on, you’re not alone. In fact, this is one of the most common reasons why people give up as soon as they meet with a slight hiccup in their lives.

8 tips are:

1. Think of the audacity in going for your goal. 

You’ve probably heard someone say it hundreds of times and it’s as true as it gets, but what does this mean? Well, the audacity in going for your goal could be taken a couple ways.

You could interpret it as having unwavering determination to accomplish whatever it is you want to do regardless of the odds against you. It could also be taken a little more literally along these lines: “Why don’t people give up when they hit a snag? They just keep going and sometimes beating their head against the wall until they finally get through. ”

In other words, an obstacle is just that . . . a minor barrier to pass. When you think about it this way, you’ll be amazed at how many times you’ve given up before when your dream was just one step away

2. Look for the positive in everything. 

This may sound like some hippy-dippy thing that person told you when you were young, but there’s a lot more to it than meets the eye. Finding the positive in everything can mean looking at things from multiple perspectives: what’s working versus what needs to be fixed; trying to understand where a person or situation is coming from versus looking at things solely from your own point of view; and so on.

The key here is to gain a sense of perspective. Which, in turn, can help you see your life in all its beauty and not just get so bogged down in the big things that you miss the little ones.

3. Don’t stress about tomorrow. 

Too many people think that if they didn’t achieve their goals today then everything will blow up tomorrow . . . or next week, or next month! This can be a real trap because it only serves to make you stagnant instead of moving forward.

When you let yourself get bogged down over something that may or may not happen, you’re setting yourself up for failure. Instead, try to keep your mind open to the possibility of achieving your goals as soon as today.

4. Take a break.

Whether it’s taking a day off or a weekend away from the world, take time to recenter yourself and see things from the perspective of what you don’t have but do want. Look outside at nature, listen to some music and just be thankful for where you are in your life and what it has to offer you at this moment . . . without worrying about tomorrow.

5. Don’t give up at all costs.

Don’t give up at all costs does not mean you have to suffer through some horrible, painful experience for the rest of your life. Rather, it means that if you do stop then you’ll likely only end up doing it again and again until you’re left with nothing to show for all your hard work.

The truth is that there are so many reasons why people stop pursuing their dreams despite the fact that they want them so badly. This could be anything from anxiety over failure to just plain old laziness, but whatever it is that’s holding you back, remember this: If it’s worth having, it’s worth fighting for!

6. Don’t compare yourself to anyone else.

Here’s the thing: Not only is it impossible to compare yourself with others because you never know what they have to deal with, it’s also going to keep you from being happy and content with who you are.

If you’re comparing yourself to someone else and wondering why you don’t look like him, dress like her or act like him . . . then it’s going to make it hard for your mind and body to sit still. Remember that there’s always someone out there who is better than you at something so why not just focus on what makes YOU special?

7. Practice makes perfect.

Do you remember the saying that if you don’t have anything nice to say then don’t say anything at all? If so, then consider this: There’s a lot of people out there who’ve never been where you are and they’re probably just waiting for the day when they are.

The only way to know what’s in store for you is to start practicing. It may not seem like a gain but because you’re going through it and getting used to it, eventually your body won’t even know what it’s like not to do things anymore.

8. Look at it as an accomplishment.

When you stop to look at what you’ve already accomplished, sometimes it can be so hard to believe that you actually did it! One of the best things that you can do is continue this process. Set your mind on getting to where you want to be and then work your way towards that goal just like you did for the first one.

And if it doesn’t happen right away and/or in the way you expected then don’t get discouraged! Just take a deep breath, look around and appreciate what’s come before this moment and know that if you really give it your all, anything will be possible.


When you do all of this, your mind and body will become so accustomed to doing things that it won’t even know how to do them any other way. You’ll become an overall better person in the process and your whole life will change because of it.

Now whether or not you want to make a career out of this, I don’t know, but if you’re ready for the journey then here’s some good news: there are already many people out there who have overcome adversity before you and they can show you the way. Chances are that even if you don’t see their names in print, they can guide and help get you where you want to go.


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