How to Become Tenacious, Resilient and Unstoppable

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We all have low moments, and sometimes we hit rock-bottom. When everything seems like it’s going wrong, and there’s no way out, it’s easy to dwell on the negative and lock yourself away. This is a natural response for a great many people, and it can be easily justified.

But where does it get you? Certainly not moving forward towards your dreams and goals. You’ll only be stuck in the same spot. Whether it’s in your personal life or in business, you need to learn how to bounce back.

Learn how to be tenacious, resilient, and unstoppable. Bad things happen to everybody. Your success, and the rate of your success, will be determined by how quickly you recover from setbacks.

Here are some tips on how you can be that type of person who never gives up.

Build Your Mental Strength

Mental strength is your ability to manage what’s going on inside your head and take control of your emotions. When you are mentally tough, you can pretty much navigate through difficulties, failures, doubts, worries, discouragements, and all the associated negative emotions.

How mentally strong you are will largely determine how satisfied you are in life, increase your performance, and boost your resilience.

To maintain your mental strength, you must keep an eye out for bad habits, take time to reflect on your small milestones, and challenge yourself to become better every time.

Take Charge of Your Situation

Whatever happens to you, whether it is success or failure, is mostly up to you. Don’t give your power away. Don’t rely on luck or other people. You can almost always exercise more control over your situation than you admit, but it takes courage. Don’t wait for luck to be in your favor because what you need to succeed is to take action.

Also, you can’t control what other people do around you. Sure, you can exert influence, but then you may end up even more disappointed when others don’t act as you would like.

So when you blame others for our setbacks, it makes you feel hopeless. But when you do things on the premise that everything is up to you, you will feel empowered, and you can do wonders.

Accept Your Fear, and Work Through It

A host of people don’t achieve what they want to because they give in to their fears. Some deny its existence, but when signs start to emerge, their fear paralyzes them. What you must do instead to face your fear.

Be brave enough to critically examine your triggers and responses to what is holding you back. When you recognize your fears, you can reflect on them and determine whether they are justified. You will be surprised that most of them are not!

When you are afraid of something, take time to write down your thoughts. Is the fear valid? Is it protecting you from real danger or a poor choice? Or is it simply trying to protect your tender ego?

Sometimes, releasing what’s inside your head, such as by journaling about it, enables you to step back and look at what’s bothering you. It lets you realize that everything will be alright and that there’s really little chance of damage.

Let Go of The Past

Does it happen to you at times - when you remember a failure or a bad thing that happened in the past, it makes you weak? Does it squeeze your heart, and flashbacks make you feel the regrets you had?

To be unstoppable, you must let go of the past. Yes, the memory may creep in from time to time, but take it as a reminder of what lessons you have learned from that. The past doesn’t define you, but instead, it is training you to be tougher and better.

Take the opportunity to learn how to be more forgiving and understanding, mostly of yourself! More importantly, remember the lessons so that you won’t make the same mistakes again.

Count Your Blessings

It’s easy to think about what went wrong and ask, “How worse can it be?” When you do that, it will hold you back from achieving your goals. Instead, to become tenacious, resilient, and unstoppable, you should count your blessings.

You will realize how much you have accomplished so far that you should give yourself credit for, and you will feel more positivity flowing in your system.
Start or end your day by creating a gratitude list. Don’t overthink it. Don’t just count the peak milestones and grand events.

Instead, notice the small things that you have, even just being able to take a cold, satisfying shower because the weather has been too hot. When you count your blessings, especially the small ones, you’ll realize how much you have to be thankful for.

Life is full of challenges, and the road to success is filled with obstacles, but that’s what makes life more exciting! It is great to be able to look back and see how much you’ve grown personally and how much you’ve learned.

Follow the guidelines above, and it won’t be long before you are considered to be tenacious, resilient, and unstoppable!

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