5 Ways to Overcome Adversity, shared by Brendon Burchard

“When adversity strikes, that’s when you have to be the most calm. Take a step back, stay strong, stay grounded and press on.”

-LL Cool J-

Can adversity become our teacher? Maybe our sparring partner? What if we learned to work with adversity and leveraged it to press on? Today’s Daily Dose shared by Brendon Burchard gives us practical tips to help turn our adversity into fuel for growth.

Brendon shares 5 tips:

1. Have confidence
2. Keep perspective.
3. Schedule action.
4. Ask for help.
5. Honor the struggle.

By applying these we can meet our adversity head on, with confidence, insight and energy. Watch the short video and Brendon gives us greater guidance on the nuances of these suggestions.

Brendon Burchard is an author on motivation and high performance, his insights began after a near fatal accident at age 19. He is the bestselling author of The Millionaire Messenger, and The Charge: Activating the 10 Human Drives That Make You Feel Alive. Brendon shares his message via an awesome YouTube Channel that hosts hundreds of videos showcasing his message, “Did I Live? Did I Love? Did I Matter?”. Brendon also hosts a weekly podcast called The Charged Life, where he explores how we can live fully and love openly.

Please check out Brendon’s work via his channel and website, you will find it uplifting and inspiring. Many thanks to Brendon and his life long commitment to help motivate people to live better. Well Done.

Happy Friday! and Stay Wise.

 

 

 

 

 

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