Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? The saying, "If at first you don't succeed, try, try again" means to continue working toward a goal in spite of difficulties. Use specific reasons and examples to support your opinion.

I agree with the saying, "If at first, you don't succeed, try, try again". I believe that if we work hard enough we will eventually end up reaching our goal. You cannot give up in a midway because it means you just intentionally wasting all of the efforts and time you have given to do it. There are some reasons and examples in real life I can give. The first reason, you already have a clear goal on your mind and you just need to try many different ways to reach that goal. For example, Nikola Tesla the founder of the lamp has a clear goal and then he try many times on the different approaches to ending up producing the lamp. Before he succeeds, he tries thousands of times and it is apply solid proof that if you fail, try, and try again. Second reason, you learn something more and more the more you fail. From that knowledge, we will know the reason why we fail to achieve our goals. For example, when you have a goal to get an A in your study, there’s no guarantee that you’ll get A every time. When you fail, assess the mistake and learn from it. In conclusion, you have to continue working toward your goal even though there are many difficulties because the feeling of achieving something hard is outrageous.
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