How To Build Strength - Deepstash

How To Build Strength

To overcome our defaults and improve our thinking, we must build strength to make a space for thinking between a situation and our response.

We need make it a habit and use inertia default for our benefit. Here are the source of strengths to be developed:

  • Self-accountability (holding ourselves accountable for our actions)
  • Self-knowledge (knowing our strengths and weaknesses)
  • Self-control (mastering our emotions)
  • Self-confidence (trusting our abilities)


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