Manage episode 296784010 series 2821079
The 12 Surprising Signs of Mentally Strong People // Are you mentally strong? Well then, check out the signs and habits of mentally strong people brought to you by peak performance expert and coach Eric Partaker. In this inspirational video, you will see how you can reach your full potential and become the best version of yourself by developing a strong mind and building resilience.
Do You Let People Walk All Over You? - Where in your life are you allowing someone to take advantage of you? How would the best version of yourself advise you in this situation?
Say NO And Be True To Yourself - Being of service to the world and helping others creates incredible benefits to both you and others, but don't lose yourself in the process. Ensure you can devote enough time and energy to what matters most to you.
Are You A People Pleaser? - Don’t try and please everybody. Ensure you are also prioritizing your happiness and dreams.
Fix Your Own Problem! - Take the lead, take ownership of your situations and find solutions to problems yourself. Don’t wait for others to come in and solve them for you.
You’re Wrong! Admit it! - Acknowledge when you make mistakes. Mistakes are secretly learning opportunities there to help you grow and progress.
Be Patient! - Play the long game. The pain of discipline that you experience today is much cheaper than the pain of regret.
Their Opinions Are Irrelevant - You are resilient! If people say negative things to you, it will only make you stronger!
We Rise By Lifting Others - Do it out of kindness, not obligation. Mentally strong people still have enough energy and drive within them to give to others, purely out of kindness.
The World Doesn't Owe You Anything! - You are not entitled. The success you crave in life requires dedication, hard work and effort.
How Adaptable Are You? - Experiencing stress in situations makes you stronger. Look forward to uncomfortable situations. Embrace them!
Exercise Empathy - Think and feel another person's point of view even if it's not your own. Be able to extend your hand to someone else to comfort and console them to help them through tough times.