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What is Grit?

What is Grit?

So if you have talent and good ideas, you are only 1% ahead of the others. The other 99% is pure commitment, repetition, and other things I will discuss later.

Perseverance is your ability to keep going even when you fail horribly. It is your grit to show up every day and your need to demonstrate you can do everything you want. And you will do anything to reach that goal.

Pretty powerful, don’t you think so?

Those people are unstoppable.

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Passionate about self-improvement, personal growth, finance, and creativity. I love to inspire people to become the better version of themselves. Author @ www.cosmopolitanmindset.com

Grit is a superpower you must learn to succeed in life. Some people learn it when they are young, others need to train. This post is for the latter.

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