Remember, most of your stress comes from the way you respond, not the way life is. Adjust your attitude. Change how you see things. Look for the good in all situations. Take the lesson and find new opportunities to grow. Let all the extra stress, worrying, and overthinking go.
There is a difference between interest and commitment. When you’re interested in something, you do it only when it’s convenient. When you’re committed to something, you accept no excuses, only results.
To effectively manage stress and anxiety, you must dig deep to find the root of the issue.
It’s important that you personally know how to keep your stress level under control so you get enjoyment out of what you do and stay healthy while you do it.
✅ Identify the real root of your problem
✅ Find your stress triggers
✅ Pull in and talk to your cavalry
Moving through failures and building resilience is the real success. According to CJCO, over on Courage To Connect Counseling, the definition of resilience is the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties. Most of us struggle with getting ourselves together after a fail or really bad situation. But after you begin to recognize that no matter how bad the circumstances are, and that your situation could always be worse, you start to become resilient. Here are some techniques you should consider in order to make yourself more resilient and successful:
- • remember that failure is not fatal
- • practice gratitude
- • remember that failure is a behavior and not who you are
- • respect your vulnerabilities
- • acknowledge your strengths
- • create a plan to become better
- • feel good about yourself even when you aren’t at your best
Establish your goal and rise to that challenge. You were never meant to settle. You were destined to rise.
Rise above all those who doubted you, who put you down, and did not support you. Rise higher than they could ever imagine and prove them wrong.
Sometimes your higher self will guide you to make mistakes so you can learn lessons.
Learn how to become who you want to be with these goal setting tips.
Many conversation about entrepreneurial growth narrows in on sales objectives, hiring the right talent and other similar objectives. The importance of the entrepreneurial mindset is often missing from these conversations.
The entrepreneurial mindset is about a certain way of thinking — it is about the way in which you approach challenges and mistakes.
But why is this important? The entrepreneurial mindset is what you need to propel yourself forward. This mindset can dim as you get entrenched in the daily grind of entrepreneurship.
By making an effort to embody this mindset, you position yourself to meet everyday challenges and experience growth.
Creating a daily routine provides the necessary balance you may need in order to feel accomplished or motivated to be organized. Reciting a daily affirmation to yourself is not only motivation and encouragement to starting your day on positive intentions. It’s also rewarding in a way that it acknowledges your efforts to completing your goals for the day.
Read some of the daily affirmations that some of the members of the Onegripp community share in the discussion. Feel free to share your own affirmations and motivation.