5 reasons why you need grit and 5 ways to get it (not the sand kind, but the mental toughness kind)

Grit is sticking with your future day in and day out quote

You know, you can bring all the talent in the world, and say that you’re going to depend on that alone, but it will only get you so far.

To get there it’s going to take grit and grind and desire. Every piston needs to be pumping at full-throttle in the engine if you’re going to win.

Once you start thinking of building grit as a life strategy, it becomes easier to weave it into every aspect of your life without even really thinking about it.

Having grit, being resilient and mentally tough is vital if you want to be a happy, accomplished person and live a life that gives you great joy and satisfaction.

Grit will allow you to develop an unshakeable confidence and positive outlook in life, be mentally equipped to tackle any challenge and become emotionally “bulletproof” in times of crisis, which will allow you to navigate the fallout until you arrive at a better place.

With grit you will have the calm confidence to take on those chances that terrify you but are worth the risk and you’ll be able to fully embrace the life you’ve always wanted.

Once you get gritty, the rest tends to fall into place.

In the end, you have to decide if you want to regret the chances you took or the opportunities you missed.

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10 things you can learn from highly resilient people

Strong people know how to organise their suffering resilience quote

It’s natural to resist change, especially when it comes in the form of challenges and adversity.

Who wants to climb the mountain when you can take the ski-lift and enjoy the view on a leisurely ascent to the top?

But since change is the only constant in life, change is inevitable.

Building up yourself to become more resilient will not only help you survive and bounce back from change, but it will also allow you to thrive even in difficult circumstances.

Think of every person who ever made the best of a bad situation. Who survived the seemingly unsurvivable. Who conquered their own fears and achieved the unthinkable.

They were all resilient. Don’t miss out on these simple things you can do to build your own resilience.

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