Let's write out grit. Grit is the perseverance and ambition in attaining long-term goals. You can learn grit also called mental toughness. Angela Duckworth, a University of Pennsylvania researcher, believes resilience is a good indicator of achievement and desire to achieve one 's goals. How to Be Mentally Hard
Step 1: Defines what you mean by grit or mental toughness.
Might it be for you ...
Do a one-month workout without skipping
Deliver your work 2 days in a row ahead of schedule
Calling one friend this month to catch up every Saturday
Whatever it may be, be clear about what you are after.
Step 2: Use tiny physical wins to create grit.
Too much we think it's the oriental endurance is more of a muscle. To grow and develop it has to be worked out.
When it would be easier to do just nine, choose to do the tenth rep. Try to build where consumption will be easier. When it would be easier to agree, prefer to ask the extra question. Prove yourself — in a thousand diminutive ways — that you have enough guts to get into the ring and fight life. Grit is not about having an incredible dose of strength or courage. It's about building the daily habits that allow you to stick to a schedule and overcome constant challenges and distractions.
Mentally tough people don't have to be braver, more talented, or smarter — just more consistent.
By: Sushmita Kumari Jha
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