You need to build resilience in order to succeed or to create the impact you always envisioned.
Even when you fall in the mud, you need to stand up. Standing up shows that you have resilience, and it gives you the opportunity to assess the situation clearly. Keep in mind that you want to be a sheep, not a pig. When pigs fall in mud, they stay there, but when sheep fall in mud, they rush to get out because they know their wool is too valuable.
Always remember that your wool is too valuable to remain in the mud. Stand up whenever you fall, no matter how difficult it seems.
Build resilience: Give yourself CPR
You need to learn to give yourself CPR, which in this case stands for:
Be consistent, persistent, and build resilience. These are the keys to helping you stand out from the rest.
Learning to give yourself CPR will change your life. If you do this, you will learn how to reach higher than you ever imagined. It is the best way to get back up every time you fall.
Always get back up when you fall down, and learn to encourage yourself when no one else is there to do it for you. Even when people are around, you need to learn to be your own personal motivator and build resilience.
Learning is an ongoing process
What sets the best apart from the rest is hope. Everyone discusses mindset, but heart-set is more important. Is your heart set on the right intention? Does this still serve your vision and allow you build resilience?
Another thing that sets the best apart from the rest is education. You need to be a “forever student.” Never stop learning, no matter where you are.
As long as you’re breathing, you should be learning. Never stop being a student. Always put yourself in a position to learn. Education will help you stand out from the rest. It will separate you and make you unique.
Takeaway: Build resilience
If you can look up, you can get up: constantly motivate yourself to achieve more. Never give up on hope: it’s an essential component for living a quality life.
Adapt a growth mindset. Constant learning will improve every area of your life.