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Resilience: Step 18

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Failure does not necessarily mean a stop sign.  It is important to find a way to recover when we get knocked back. When we experience any failures, it is feedback on how we can do better. Successful people have qualities such as positivity, optimism and emotional management. We are entitled to feel the emotions that come with setbacks, but we should not make this a permanent state. We should build our character and have the strength to find resilience at times when things are going wrong. We are all in the same boat, we have to face major challenges, it is a part of life. Learn to overcome problems.

In life, we reap what we sow. This is a true statement. Our journey is in our hands. Each person is an individual. Everyone progresses at different stages. Some people are quicker to achieve success than others. It does not happen immediately, so we should keep working towards our goals.

My Action Plan:

In order to be resilient I have to connect with my vision, values and mission.

My mission: it is the path to accomplish my vision. My values: being true to myself as my values are what I believe in, my ethics and what is important to me. My vision: this is my goal of financial freedom.

It is really important to know my values. True happiness comes from living and acting within my values everyday. This is true of everyone. When we are happy, we do things better.

If I think of someone I respect most. I describe three qualities about that person that I admire. There are people who have come through so much hardship, they had a very difficult upbringing, suffered abuse. They do not let it hold them back from who they want to be. They do not sit around feeling sorry for themselves like so many people do. It is a choice to allow bad situations to ruin the rest of your life. They have optimism, positivity and they can manage her emotions. They have all the great qualities of successful people. These are qualities I really admire. This person I admire is Dani Johnson. She is a successful entrepreneur. She had an abusive upbringing, she was homeless, today she has a successful business and a happy family.

I have to work out my most important values. These are: happiness, optimistic outlook on life and a feeling of peace and contentment. I work out the three most important qualities I would like to be best known for. These are: inspiration, commitment and courage.

I have to replay my vision of financial freedom everyday. At the same time be mindful of my mission and values. My thoughts have to be detailed. I repeat this once a week. This will create a deeper meaning and greater sense of purpose in all the things I do.

O’Connor, Dave. How To Create The Mindset Of A Network Marketing Champion, (Chapter eighteen). United Kingdom: Dreams Publishing, 2015. Print.

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