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Mental toughness needs to be worked to grow and develop. If you haven’t pushed yourself in thousands of small ways, you’ll wilt when things get difficult.
Extreme situations test our courage, perseverance, and mental toughness, but so do everyday circumstances. Challenge yourself whenever you can, consistently do what you know you’re supposed to and don’t let your brain’s laziness control you.
... not motivation. Motivation comes and goes. Mental toughness is about building the daily habits that allow you to stick to a schedule and overcome challenges and distractions consistently.
Mentally tough people don’t need to have more courage, talent or intelligence — just more consistency. They also develop systems that help them focus on the important stuff regardless of the obstacles.
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“The best performers set goals that are not about the outcome but about the process of reaching the outcome.”
We never arrive. We work hard to succeed, and then we have to work twice as hard to maintain that success.
It’s a slow grind. And it starts with our mindset.
We all have some type of talent, something that sets us apart from the rest of the world. This can also be a potential trap.
Never just rely on your gift or talent alone. Work on your craft. Investigate your weaknesses and make an effort to minimize them.
Mentally tough people truly believe they can succeed. That extends to encompass even mundane things in their life.
Whatever you challenge yourself with, believing in yourself is essential. Avoid negative self-talk and instead focus your energy on staying positive and self-encouraging.
Intrinsic motivations are those that come from within an individual and involve doing things for their own sake. They drive them to do better, push harder, be stronger, and persevere.
Mentally tough people don't focus on the possible rewards that may await them at the end of a challenge. Instead, they see participating and overcoming challenges as rewarding in and of themselves.
To be successful, you need to act in an environment that favors your results rather than blocking them.
Motivation, talent, and effort do have matt...
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For example: you are more likely to go to the gym if it is literally on the way home from work than if the gym is only five minutes away, but in the opposite direction of your commute.