5 Steps to – Bulletproof Attitude – Everyday Mental Toughness!

5 Steps That Makes Mental Tough Champion for Everyday Challenges – How Your Attitude Can be Bulletproof.

In the modern world, it is infrequent to find ourselves in the way of danger or being picked on by a gang; we do not feel like champions. We are more like pen pushers. It turned us out to be weak-willed and fragile.

Only because we do not feel much challenged nowadays, meaning we do not act or feel life is a champion, who don’t claim to move forward towards our goals, and the struggle of expectations will come our way.

It is going to help you adopt a winner’s mentality.

Of course, there are mentally tough people out there; David Goggins, author of “Can’t Hurt Me: Master Your Mind and Defy the Odds,” is one that comes to mind.

The Mentally tough are not recognized by look, sight, or sound, only identified by character, they have no uniforms, and there are no stereotypes.

For sure, there are many noticeable to those fighting on the front lines, the army, for instance.

But think about it what about all those in medical services, especially right now.

I can only imagine how hard it is under normal conditions, but can you imagine how unreasonable those conditions must be while fighting the Coronavirus?

Then there are some approach challenges just are like a boxer takes on another boxing opponent inspired by toughness.

In this post, we’ll look at what makes for the mental toughness and how you could fit the mold, and proof that mental toughness is needed in the world of today.

If not, this list will at least help inspire you further to the places where you should be working to improve your character.

1: Take the hard way.

You have a goal; you decided what you want to and the intention to be, do or have, and you are motivated to succeed, unlike others.

The mentally strong do not inwardly give in and take the easy path. You are not a ‘couch potato’ eating unhealthy food and watching a TV show that kills your mind.

You do not blame the misfortunes on others. You have no trouble going up the steep path if it takes you toward your goals. Anyway, the process makes you a stronger character.

2: Problems as Challenges

The mentally tough person does not take up a challenge with cowardice. No, you do it with a feeling of doubt or feeling cursed.

They know things are going wrong; the tough mental tastes the chance to build and test yourself, and fear does not deserve your submission.

Fear will follow you as you seek the accomplishment of your goals; however, you have it under control, you know how to use fear as a motivator, and when you need to, you can click it.

3. Under intense conditions-you, stay calm.

In Rudyard Kipling’s poem “If,” the first two lines tell us:

“if you can keep your head when all about you are losing theirs and blaming it on you.”

Here Mr. Kipling is telling us to stay calm and focused.

Know what you want to accomplish, and you also know panicking will only plague you as you move on with feelings of uncertainty.

4. Treat the body/mind as a temple.

I know you’ve heard this before, it’s a clique, but that’s because it’s true.

It is in your best interest to yourself to look after your body and your mind.

Train for whatever may come not to allow your self to get wrecked on, especially when times are good, instead you train, know and respect your body.

5. Taking responsibility.

You make quick decisions and then immediately put into action, gladly carrying the weight, knowing they will meet whatever comes along.

The Mental tough might seem out of place. Is there a call for this kind of mindset today?

Do you need to become focused and robust? What with most common challenges involving office deadlines or money management?

The answer is: emphatic, YES!

Regardless of your current circumstances, you need to excel in every aspect of mental toughness.

Including self-discipline and self-motivation and look forward to preparing and crave for the cultivating your character.

Need Proof?

Have you heard of the ancient classic ‘The Art of War’?

Its a definitive, ancient text attributed to the legendary Chinese general, Sun Tzu, who authored the military treatise in the 5th century BC.

A book for military leaders for that age, yet it is so prevalent for days audience.

The tips are priceless, recommended for business professionals, those in the legal field, artists, and practically everyone else.

Because the tips contained are relevant for today, yet the tips are timeless. And, it the perfect proof; mental toughness is as important as ever.

So what in particular can we learn?

Here are some classic quoted from the book:

  • There is No Instance of a Nation Benefiting from Prolonged Warfare

This shows us the foolishness of war, and the value of seeking a quick solution to our problems.

Both are examples in a variety of contexts, which are very important today.

In particular, excessive stress is extremely bad for our well-being and psychological well-being, while any kind of battle-whether

it’s the slow breakup of a relationship or a struggle in office politics-is likely to trigger more collateral

  • Victorious warriors win first and then go to war, while defeated warriors go to war first and then seek to win.

And how is it that you shorten a war and. Needless bloodshed, costs, and damage? One of the most critical solutions is to be well prepared and plan accordingly.

  • The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting.

Even better is overall avoiding conflict. You can save yourself in this way, prevent harm to both sides and preserve moral supremacy. Watch Bruce Lee’s “Art of Fighting Without Battle” in the Enter the Dragon video. It’s an example of being mental tough, if you can subjugate a situation without battling it.

  • The general who advances without coveting fame and retreats without fearing disgrace, whose only thought is to protect his country and do good service for his sovereign, is the jewel of the kingdom.

This lesson explains what it means to have a warrior’s mindset: being able to put aside your personal wants and desires, and then concentrate on something greater than yourself. And if you’re working for a bigger cause, you will become a better person.

Such lessons explain what it means to have the intellectual rigor to be able to set aside your desires and yearnings and focus on something much more substantial instead.

When you work on a great cause, you become a greater individual.

The mentally tough are not those who start a bar fight; they are not hooligans.

They do not go out looking for trouble.

Those who risk their health and waste their energy looking for trouble and acting harshly, well, they’re just weak-willed.

You just got to know what you want and own it. It is about being mentally tough and not letting little things get you down.

Push ahead, knowing this is right for you, taking responsibility, and the hardship with dignity and pride.

If you are going to let your emotions get the better of you, and it is not about taking the easy answer or easy route to solve your problems.

The point

Mentally tough people stay cool even in the hardest of situations.

Constantly forging ahead and not allowing small inconveniences or lock of creature confirms in their way.

Those are the kind of people that puts weaker willed people to shine; you know those who always complain.

Just imagine you could take the same mindset and apply it to your life. But! Developing mental toughness is a complicated and broad term that encompasses several different strategies and activities.

So, if you want to be successful, then you need a good understanding of what is and how it works and how best to mold it to work in our particular situation.

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