Loeb (2010) stated that in order to achieve success in any kind of lobby, one has to start wherever they are standing. In fact, many of the social movements that ha e brought about change started very small. For instance, when women in United Stated started fighting for voting rights, their male counterparts had supreme powers. It was hard to accept the idea but by starting with a small number, women in US are well respected and equal to their male colleagues.
Persistence is the key to realizing success in fighting for particular change in the society since a voice needs to be heard regularly to be listened to (Scalet & Arthur 2014). It would inappropriate to assume that social movements are heard on the very first time they raise complaints. In fact, some take decades before their grievances are heard, others do not even get the chance because of tyrant rule. For the ones that have made it, much persistence is displayed where these groups continually demand their rights notwithstanding the oppression suffered.
Refusal to compromise has seen many groups overcome the temptation to abandon their cause. While social movements are normally short of funding especially when starting, one factor that has enabled them to stand is the extreme stand. In order for this to happen, a group must have the conviction of what they are pursuing to be right. In other words, the refusal to compromise is brought by clearly understanding and tenaciously clinging to what is believed to be