Keep trying

Keep (on) trying.

 and Don't quit trying.
Fig. a phrase encouraging continued efforts. Jane: I think I'm doing better in calculus. John: Keep trying! You can get an A. Sue: I really want that promotion, but I keep getting turned down. Bill: Don't quit trying! You'll get it.
See also: keep, trying
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We are going to keep trying all different routes and use all diplomatic means" until the mission's mandate ends on Wednesday, OSCE spokeswoman Cathie Burton says.
We'll keep trying to win every game and put the pressure on Sligo.
We knew we had to go after Scotland to try and beat them and it's vital that we keep trying these things because we won't beat anybody unless we do.
But I swear, I'll keep trying until it works," the Daily Express quoted her as saying.
WHY do they keep trying to stop new cabs on our roads?
He's left a message telling her nobody must know--but music student Gwen finds it a difficult secret to keep; particularly when snoopy family members and strangers keep trying to uncover the truth.
There aren't many climate naysayers left, but there are still many who will keep trying to obstruct by saying that curbing emissions will destroy jobs and hurt our industrial base.
Robinson is still helping all of us in the United States, especially those like myself, an elderly Caucasian, to understand the long struggle for racial equality and what we must keep trying to do.
It's tough at the moment, but I'll keep going to tournaments and keep trying
Since her brother, Dmitry (who is currently with The Kirov Ballet,) was accepted, Semionova's family encouraged her to keep trying.
Before that the only option was to look in the siblings and immediate family to see if you had a match or alternatively to just keep trying [to have a baby which matches].
This is not the most promising news for the gay rappers, but I hope they keep trying, because each gay rapper who gets on the rap radar is a reminder that gay isn't weak, that gay is part of the world, and that "don't be hatin'" isn't just a tag line from a movie but a bad, awesome, and phat way to live.
Both thumbs up means, "You're doing fine, keep trying the same technique.