Strong burning desire will help you avoid giving up when obstacles, disappointments, tragedy, doubt and scepticism kick in. Like Sylvester Stallone, Elvis Presley also suffered his own share of setbacks. Back in 1954 and long before he became the best selling artist of all time, Elvis was a nobody. After just one performance he was fired by his Manager who told him, “you ain’t goin’ nowhere, son. you ought to go back to drivin’ a truck.” This kind of rejection has happened to many of the biggest stars including Harrison Ford who was told by agents that he wasn’t good looking enough to become a movie star. The one defining factor is that they all persevered and remained persistent and worked hard in the pursuit of their DREAMS. This is one of the main difference between people who are super successful and those that fall by the wayside. The only way you get success is with a burning, intense passion to accomplish your dream.Check it out DREAMCHASERS:8 WAYS TO MAKE IT HAPPEN.