And he (Isaac) moved away from there and dug another well, and for that one they did not quarrel. He named it Rehoboth [room], saying, For now the Lord has made room for us, and we shall be fruitful in the land. - Gen. 26:22
Every adventure worth pursuing shouldn't be allowed to drop through the cracks. It's most likely you don't want to be tagged a failure but rather as someone who succeeds against all odds. The fact that you are experiencing a heavy going in achieving your goals is not a valid justification to fall by the way side. What you fail to take care of now will certainly lay await for you in the future, as something you need to square up to and deal with head on.
Before you sign off, you might just be a step away from reaching the finishing line. The end of that task might just be in sight. Hence, you shouldn't admit defeat as the end product of your efforts. Instead of heading south - calling it quit, why not take a further step while you refuse to allow frustration to govern your emotion and cripple your drive to act judiciously. If you will not allow your past failures to drive you to despair, making your last ditch effort might turn the tide in your favour. Hence, for you to reach your goal, you need to have a winning spirit that will inspire you to stay put until you get to the end of the road.
Isaac, the son of Abraham, didn't give up on his desire to dig and own a wellspring. In his bid to accomplish this desire, he was confronted by opposing parties who stood against his mission. But he never allowed his opposition to take the shine off his mission. Though he was withstood from progressing with his mission, yet, he was resolved in his pursuit and ultimately achieved his goal. This speaks to the fact that you can succeed against all odds. You should be seen pulling out all the stops and reaching forth to accomplish your mission even in the face of opposition and limitations. May your life not answer to the description of an abandoned project, as you take advantage of the Lord's overflowing grace to finish strong in Jesus name.