Building Perseverance – an essential skillJanuary 27, 2022 2022-01-27 23:50
Building Perseverance – an essential skill
Do you remember the last time you were stuck, and the only way to get out was through your experience?
Have you been in a situation where you procrastinated so much that the deadline pushed you to complete a task?
We always find sticky situations that push us past our comfort zones in life.
We have to pull together all our resourcefulness and get the job done because only we know how it’s done. However, pulling our resources is almost the last thing on our minds.
What if we could start by laying out all our options first?
Endurance and perseverance are an essential part of our lives because we are the only ones responsible for our outcomes.
When we are stuck in a problem, and if we stay in our comfort zone, we are impacting our lives and setting a bad example for kids, family, friends, and social networks.
Unless we take responsibility, it’s hard to imagine everything else happening according to plan.
Focusing on what we want and enduring the pain of success is critical in current times.
People will always judge us on our performance, and we must decide which feedback we take and which ones we ignore.
Recalling our past experiences of perseverance, understanding that if we put our mind on something, we can achieve whatever we want, and riding our emotions to achieve the life of our dreams is the only way ahead.
Everyone deserves a comfortable life, and it’s worth every effort.
However, if we stay too long in our comforts, we lose the time and opportunities to get us to the next level of our comfort zone.
What if, only for today, you decide to push past your comfort zone and do that one thing you have been putting off?
What if, only for today, you focus on setting an example for your children, your family and your friends?
What if this was the only thing that mattered?
How should you start:
- Practice daily gratitude and be thankful for your experiences.
- Practice daily meditation and mindfulness to remain relaxed and calm.
- Practice thinking about what you want and what would happen if you didn’t get it?
- Practice doing at least one thing you have been pushing away for later each day.