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Resilience is the key to combat rejection or failure.

Beat Stress with a Winning Mentality: How to Develop Resilience & Positive Thinking

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“Starting and running your own business certainly tests your resilience, so here’s how to develop your positive thinking to help beat the stresses of running your own business.” – Royston Guest

Resilience determines whether you succeed or fail in life. It’s true in sport, business, entertainment, and it’s true in your life.  Starting and running your own business certainly tests your resilience, so here’s how to develop your positive thinking to help beat the stresses of running your own business.  Many of the early theories about resilience stressed the role of genetics. Some people are just born resilient, so the argument went. There’s some truth to that, of course, but empirical evidence today shows that resilience can be learned.  The reality is that sometimes in life you don’t realise how much resilience you actually have until you are tested. As the saying goes: cometh the hour, cometh the man…

 

Resilience is the key to combat rejection or failure.

Rejection of any form, whether it is personal or professional, is known for the spur of several involuntary emotions and the first realisation is the feel of deep disappointment. Basically, it is the intensity of disappointment that will decide the further emotions like loss of hope, discontent, and self-criticism and in many cases will eventually lead to depression. It is hard to come across a person who had not faced rejection, but if there were people who had not faced one; then it would mean that they have not got a fine lesson that life can teach them. I have faced rejections and all those have made me strong and resilient. It is necessary to take them as priceless experiences, in order not to succumb to it. As it goes for many life situations, here as well, the following things that I am going to list out, to confront the rejection and rise up to what you really are, is, “easier said than done”. But I guarantee you that it is not undoable….

 

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