Have you ever thought about why do some people accomplish their goals while others fail?
What makes a bigger impact than talent or intelligence in becoming successful?
It’s Resilience(Mental toughness) (Grit) not talent. Am not saying this, Science says so…
Talent is overrated. What you really need is grit and determination.
It might seem as though talented people are the winners of the world, it’s actually those that have to work harder who end up being the most successful. That’s because while talented people dream, others achieve.
There are studies proving that in every area of your life it is your amount of mental toughness, and perseverance that predicts your level of success more than any other factor we can find.
What’s great about this is there are some ways you can develop mental toughness regardless of your genetics.
Effort is twice as valuable as talent. Because effort not only leads to skill; it also leads to results.
It’s not about perfect. It’s about effort. And when you bring that effort every single day, that’s where transformation happens. That’s how change occurs.
And here are the three ways to develop Grit.
1. What is mental toughness means to you and write it down .
• going one week without eating processed food or eating some green leaves everyday
• meditating or doing exercise every morning this week
Whatever it is, be clear about it.
2. Be consistent
Grit is like a muscle. It needs to be worked out to grow and develop. If you haven’t pushed yourself, of course you’ll give up when things get really difficult.
“Mental toughness is about doing the things you know you’re supposed to do on a more consistent basis. It’s about your dedication to daily practice and your ability to stick to a schedule.”
When things get tough for most people, they find something easier to work on. For mentally tough people when things get difficult, they find a way to stick to schedule.
3. Help others
Helping other people will give you a deeper connection to your own emotions and personality and thus improving your motivation and grit. It keeps you going even when things get tough.
“It’s Mental toughness that matters the most when it comes to becoming successful not talent or intelligence.”
“No matter what you do you’ll always hit rough patches. So challenge yourself all the time to improve your Resiliency”
Do you agree with me that you don’t need talent or intelligence to be successful? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.