“One person with a belief is equal to ninety-nine who only have interests.”
It is a saying that lasts because it is true. There is a substantial difference between belief and interest. An interest can fade over time, cause little in the way of motivation, and when the task is not completed, there is less urge to get the job done.
However, when someone works with their beliefs and not just interests, then things change for the better. There are good reasons for why this happens.
When We Do Something with Belief, We Put Our Heart & Soul into It
Those who succeed are those who have a belief in themselves. But that belief can also be in others when we are working with them. By putting everything you have into it, you maximize the chances of your work succeeding. You get things accomplished faster and with better quality. And, you get greater satisfaction from the results.
We Don’t Get Disheartened or Discouraged When Things Don’t Work Out
Instead, we try to find solutions and keep searching until we locate them. It is said that there is no problem if there is a solution. And if there is no solution, then there is no problem since nothing can be done.
When you try your best and leave nothing back, then there is no regret. This is because everything in your power was done to solve the problem. And when you do that armed with belief, then you can accept the results even if they do not turn out the way you wanted.
Working with Our Beliefs, We Inspire Others to Do the Same
It is said that success breeds success. When others see the benefits of how working with strong beliefs can complete the task faster and better, then they become inspired to do the same. The results of working with a belief system mean that even if others do not believe in what you do, they will work on their own beliefs to make things better for themselves.
Actions speak louder than words, so demonstrations of strong beliefs should be in the work that is accomplished. That will do wonders to inspire others to find their own beliefs and do the same.
Be brave to stand for what you believe in even if you stand alone.