“Hitting the Wall” is a term often used by long distance runners. It is said to be a feeling of extreme fatigue that comes out of nowhere. It happens around the twentieth mile of continuous running where the mental and physical abilities breakdown, making it extremely difficult to move forward. In life, I'm sure, we experience some "Hitting the Wall" moments or "Life Walls" where moving forward seems impossible and quitting looks like a good option.
Successful runners often re-aline their minds to stay focused on the ultimate goal they want to acheive. Their alinement causes them to overcome the big distraction of quitting. In life you too can re-aline your attention to see the best in every situation. Yes, everything has its downs but where you focus determines your outcome. When times are hard and it seems like the only way is quitting, reflect on your goal and purpose. Charles A. Garfield, says that when you acheive success you can attribute 70% or more to strong mental factors and psychological mastery.
Conquer your "Life Walls" by staying focused on your purpose, enjoying the present and appreciating what you have instead of what you don't have. Tony Robins said, "It's not about how many resources you have but how resourceful you are that ultimately makes the difference." Maximize your moment by making each step a step over your "Life Wall" (Quitting).