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Resilience

It’s a known fact that perseverance often eventually leads to success. At some point, we achieve, we conquer, we reap the rewards of being persistent. Great inventions have been born through perseverance; Thomas Edison went through thousands of prototypes before he perfected the electric bulb.

There’s something that’s quite similar to perseverance or let’s just say is sometimes confused with perseverance: it’s called resilience. It goes hand in hand with perseverance. I will shed some light on it.

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Resilience is the key to success in anything. No matter who you are or what you’re doing, at some point, you’re likely to fall down. And, if you can’t get back up, you’re not going to get far.

Resilience is about more than simply standing up again, however. To truly demonstrate resilience, you have to stand up with the right attitude. Anyone can get up and still feel down. A resilient person gets up and is ready to go again.

It's not only about being willing to get up again, it’s about being willing to fall again—as many times as it takes.

Why You Need Resilience

How many times in your life have you been knocked down? Maybe you put a lot of time and effort into something and it still didn’t go your way. Or, perhaps you invested your heart and soul into a project and it just didn’t turn out, or you didn’t get the recognition you deserved. Without resilience, these things are wearing. They leave you wondering, “Why did I even try in the first place?” and they leave you doubting that it’s ever going to work out. It might lead you to giving up or wasting time being frustrated or upset.

Without resilience, we don’t fall as much because, when we hit the ground hard, we aren’t motivated to get back up again. Instead, we take the easy way out and tell ourselves it just isn’t working rather than being willing to try again and see what happens. Oftentimes, this results from a fear of failure—a thing that many of us have.

No one wants to fail. It can be embarrassing, humiliating, and extremely frustrating. Failing at something can take your motivation away all together and leave you in a rotten mood. Even if we’re going after something we really want, fear of failure can keep us from trying it again, or from trying to achieve it at all. That’s why we need resilience.

With resilience, we stand up again as many times as it takes. We face up to our fears and we realize that failing is just part of the process. We own up to the fact that we are not perfect and that, as humans, we all must get knocked down as some point so that we can stand up again stronger. Resilience means not only admitting when something doesn’t go your way, but learning from it. It means stepping back, looking at the problem again, and trying something different.

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Ultimately, resilience means prosperity. Even if it takes you ten tries to get there, you will stick with it until you accomplish your goal. If you were to break it down, you could say that resilience is positivity, confidence, and stubbornness all rolled into one. You keep control over your emotions, and you’re okay with falling because you know it’s going to teach you a good lesson.

So, how can you become resilient?

There is no one-size-fits-all approach to changing and perfecting your mindset as it depends on your starting point, but there are some key things you can begin doing regularly to start working towards resilience and being happier and more confident overall.

Resilience means being willing to fail

If you refuse to own up to the fact that you might make a mistake or things might not go your way, you’re going to take a much harder fall. By being resilient, you are recognizing that you might fall down. But you’re also recognizing that it’s simply part of the process and, rather than getting upset about it when it happens, you just stand up again and try something else until it works. With resilience, you might fall down nine times, but you’ll stand up ten.

Resilience means adapting

You can’t try to solve your problems with the same mode of thinking that caused them to begin with. If you are going to be resilient, you need to take on a different perspective. When you fall, don’t rush back in and try to do it the same way all over again. Instead, take a step back and look at what went wrong.

Resilience means staying strong

If you give into your emotions, you aren’t demonstrating true resilience. As a resilient person, you don’t get mad, sad, or upset when things don’t go your way. Instead, you focus your energy into figuring out how to make things go right. With this attitude, you’ll save yourself a lot of frustration and you’ll find yourself moving past issues more quickly.

Resilience means facing up

As a resilient person, you might be walking into an unfamiliar situation but you’ll still feel confident knowing that you are going to stick with it until you solve any problems that come your way. As things get harder, resilient people just get tougher. Even if you aren’t sure how to go about something, you’ll stick with it until you figure it out.

Resilience means rewarding yourself

Even with small victories, a resilient person recognizes when they’ve done something right. They reward themselves for these little wins in their life and they are willing to humbly admit their victories. This is why resilience goes hand-in-hand with a strong sense of self and confidence.

Resilience means being a leader

A resilient person searches for meaning in everything they do. They keep their eye on the end goal and stay focused throughout their journey towards it. They develop a “personal why” that will keep them motivated, even when they face tough situations. This allows them to see any setbacks from a broader perspective that doesn’t allow them to be easily overwhelmed.

Authored by @jeffways
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If at first you don't succeed........then you are faced with a choice. In the end, it's all about choice.

Man, I liked that. Nice work

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in short ..
Defining perseverance can make you overcome some difficulty
The flexibility yes you need to persevere
And it can be defined as the one that makes you withstand the difficulties of successive life

And it can be defined as the one that makes you withstand the difficulties of successive life

Yes, @slimanepro. Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

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Great post - Ive been reading "Antifragility" by Nassim Nicholas Taleb which posits a quality that not only survives stressors, but thrives and grows with disorder. Certain successful companies, artists and inventors have this quality. We all have it to some degree, even just in the way we build muscle - we actually come out stronger than before the stressor was applied. Similarly there are those who do not suffer Post Traumatic Stress, but they actually find their truth or passion in trauma. These people are Antifragile. Fascinating concept.

I have to read "Antifragile" and learn more about this concept by Taleb. From what I understand, it's quite similar to resilience. Thanks for reading @benleemusic.

Resilience at the heart of individual :)

Its a little different. That which is resilient maintains its original energy/life force. That which is anti fragile has its energy ENHANCED through trauma/disorder.

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One of the critical issues with resilience is that it perpetuates the idea of people in workplaces needing to be more than they are and denying that human beings are actually also frequently vulnerable and fragile. In accepting vulnerability we can accept that we might be wrong, show humility and be open to new points of view. Resilience is a concept that also excludes people who are suffering poor mental health and denies that mental health might be impacted by the type of work people do (for example social workers dealing with difficult cases of child sexual abuse). To tell them they need to be more resilient denies the responsibility employers have for supporting their staff through effective resource, supervision, training etc.

There will be many cases where people work hard to become resilient and they are not getting any more prosperous (similar to people believing in the law of attraction, but getting no reward and then having to believe that they are just trying hard enough to attract these things into their lives.

Resilience as a concept in management and organisational psychology requires a critical perspective to counteract the blind acceptance of what often ends up being little more than pseudoscientific waffle and being flogged for 1000s of dollars to organisations as the latest management psychology fad

Thank you for this. There is a lot to be said for resilience! But it's not so easy as telling someone to just be more resilient; they have to be given methods of coping with troubles that suit the situation they're in for it to really take hold and help in the long run, and there's a danger like you said of other people just expecting too much.

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Great article @adsactly. This topic is so important because it enables us to develop mechanisms for protection against experiences which could be overwhelming, it helps us to maintain balance in our lives during difficult or stressful periods of time.
To add to the part you talked about how one can become more resilient, I personally have found that cultivating compassion helps. When I understand that other people are flesh and blood human beings with needs and desires just as valid as mine, I stop seeing them as things in my way or impediments to what I want, and I start thinking more in terms that we're all trying to navigate tricky paths through different and sometimes conflicting needs and we don't have to be dicks about it. The realization that other people have the right to want different things from what I want, and have the right to say no to me, causes me to be more grateful for the times when they say yes. Gratitude is an awesome antidote to entitlement. Entitlement breeds inflexibility and selfishness. Gratitude and compassion breed flexibility and resilience.

At least in my experience.
Great post really. We need this because even as a minnow, i know how many times i was almost down, but i wasnt.

@georgechuks, cultivating compassion definitely helps. When people fail, suffer, are in their darkest moments, showing concern and having a desire to help will contribute to their ability to bounce back more quickly.
An attitude of gratitude is always the right attitude. We focus more on the things we have and less on the things we don't have, won't get--a postive attitude. No doubt, people who are grateful (and flexible) would be more resilient. Thank you for your contribution.

Sure your mindset matters especially when you fail, but the truth is that the problem is not what you did wrong but it's what you aren't doing right, diligence and persistence plays a greater role in becoming what you want.

failing is not an excuse neither does it guarantee you a failure

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Excellent post!

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There are few things that test our resilience more than the death of a loved one. Grief can be isolating and grueling and feel insurmountable. But it’s also true that there is nothing that can teach us more about life than death. And when we allow ourselves to receive the lessons that death can teach us, we’ll be more resilient to deal with whatever challenges life brings us. As Sheryl Sandberg puts it in Option B, “I now know that it is possible to experience post-traumatic growth,” she writes. “In the wake of the most crushing blows, people can find greater strength and deeper meaning. I also believe that it is possible to experience pre-traumatic growth — that you don’t have to experience tragedy to build your resilience for whatever lies ahead.”

I have saved this comment for like six months ago after I lost my best friend. You can read the entire post here: https://journal.thriveglobal.com/nothing-teaches-us-more-about-life-than-death-41f6893bfb1b

I just read the post. It was touching how her mom passed.
People often drown in grief after losing a loved one, and it often takes long before they eventually push their heads above the water--bounce back--become resilient. Grief is inevitable because there will always be death. But what's most important is how we handle it.
Sorry about the loss of your best friend, @adisrivastav, and thanks for contributing.

Indeed, it seems that many companies that have succeeded in achieving success today have stepped forward with the flexibility feature. In fact, these companies are flexible and aggressive in turbulent markets, giving them an advantage over their competitors.

Emirates Airline is also a company that has not made significant progress due to its flexible structure. After the September 11 terrorist attack, Emirates Airline succeeded in taking a strategic decision to take new aircraft with a quick decision, while demand for air transport was cut like a knife. The Airbus company began producing the A380 model some time ago on September 11th. He could not figure out how to fill his order book to cover development costs. The company's two-story aircraft could carry a much larger number of passengers and provided significant increases in both range and fuel efficiency. Still, many companies were hesitant to invest in new aircraft in such a market. At the same time, Emirates became the largest customer of the A380 by ordering 15 airplanes to Airbus.

While other airlines could not decide whether or not to take advantage of the discounted price of this new car, Emirates succeeded in providing a great advantage over its competitors with its fast and flexible structure that can fit in every run.

This story has been an example of my life. Sometimes you have to be flexible when making decisions. He showed me that you would take me 2-3 steps ahead.

Thanks for reading, @darksea.

You're welcome. I thank you. for helping me remember this story. and for this beautiful writing @jeffways

This is really a useful and motivating post about one of the most important human qualities in achieving the goals - Fortitude
This word has many synonyms, but we must understand that the meaning of this does not change.
As I believe, Perseverance is persistence, thanks to which the greatest achievements were accomplished. Many people looking at great people and their success or invention believe that this is easy or this is luck. But this is not so. Success comes only after a huge series of failures and a fall. Falls after which you must rise every time and make a new attempt. Do this until you achieve your goal.
As Sylvester Stallone said in one good movie: "Life beats everyone, so it's not just how you respond in return - it's important how you hold a blow and after every blow you have to climb and continue to work is success"
In my opinion, many people lack a little bit of perseverance and zeal in order to achieve their goal and be happy.
The main thing is to understand - the more effort you have in the goal - the more its price, and hence the final reward.
Thanks for the chic article, it should be read by everyone

Hello @frank1in. Yes. Success sometimes comes after failing/falling a few times; persistence often eventually leads to success. So definitely someone who puts in more effort into achieving a goal would likely achieve it faster or get more rewards. With resilience, the person bounces back when it seems like the goal isn't achievable. I like what Sylvester Stallone said in the movie. Thanks.

Thanks! It's my first reply here. I'm in that boat, paddling slowly upstream again. Retrenchment in the modern world shortly to be powered by machines or ourselves. I like the analogy with perseverance. From an ecological perspective resilience is a key word in development of vegetation and a trait against total destruction like fire. Fire-prone ecosystems are resilient to fire as having adapted to it by resurgence with resprouting shoots or using the opportunity to set seed and begin successional colonization of the habitat again. You've given me a great idea to write something similar - and also place my input and insights into succession following natural disturbances.
Thanks
Benjamin

Thanks Benjamin for your thoughts on this.
I look forward to the post.

In my opinion - being resilient is more important then perseverance, as there is a huge difficulty in facing your failure, overcoming the humiliation every person will naturally feel, and attacking the same problem again from a different angel or with stronger will and intensity - it's in our human nature - to run away from failure and humiliation - actually, the emotion of shame is one of the strongest emotions a man can experience and it takes a lot to overcome your own nature and give it another shot.

I would like to add a bit to your helpful and brilliant tips - I always found that setting the goal in front of me in a visible way (like when learning - having an advanced book on my shelve - to remind me I am on my way to be able to understand it) - it really helps that you have the desired goal reminded to you when you fail and you can recover and try again in renewed force (it is really helping the perseverance part too!).

Another thing that is really helpful is sharing friends and family in your desired goal - having a supportive company can't be stressed enough! even in cases of a colossal failure -they are not affected emotionally and psychologically as you are and they can talk reason and motivation to you - chose people you trust and believe as you'll need it when you are hurt and you want to hide in the corner - sometimes this people are the only kind of people you will allow to break though the emotional armor you built yourself.

so good luck everyone - keep to your goals! stay consistent, in steemit too - it takes a lot of resilience to succeed here and we all can take some encouragement from this post and implement it on our efforts on this wonderful platform!

Hello @kivsha, I totally agree with your thoughts on this.
Regarding sharing goals with friends and family, I like that you added "choose people you trust and believe" because these person/people may not necessarily have to be friends and/or family--even though literally they have to fall into one of these groups. Choosing a "Supportive company" is something one has to be careful about: there are more people who want to see you fail, and you only know them after you fail. :-)

It is very easy and looks heroic to talk about all this and I know that, even I say this to others all the time but the thing is the moment I am afraid of is the time when i would have to exhibit this quality and I don't know at that time I would be able to do that or not.
I hope I survive at that teat time.

Resilience is very important in every aspect of life , it is one of the definite requirements for success.

Most of the important innovations in the world today would never have been discovered if the inventors were not resilient enough. Look at the chap who invented electricity, he tried and failed more than a thousand times .

Great post

interesting

Great post! well done:)

Compassion is a toll for success just keep it up

You have entered the depth of psychology.

great info.... I am shocked...

Nice epistle about resilience.
The hurdles of life can push you everywhere and the approach to facing it is where maturity come s in.

I got your caption about emotion and this is what I have to say about that--just an addition though!
Someone said,

the worst decisions to take are decisions based on emotions.. They're hardly right.

And like you said about Thomas Edison, resilience made him a historical person.

I love this piece and most of our youths need it too.
Thanks for dropping this @adsactly

It takes resilience to take the positives and learn the lessons from misfortune, I think. If we are resilient we retain the clarity of mind that you need to deal with difficult events.

Yes, I agree with you that life is quite unpredictable, and how we handle things it throws at us is what is most important. A lot of people would have given up before trying the 100th time, but Thomas Edison's persistence paid off after thousands of tries. Thanks for reading and sharing.

Resilience is my word of the day now!

I have experienced this many times in my life. Timely subject!

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Inelastic people like plans, routines, charts, agendas. They love to control everything, do the right thing. The moments when plans are broken and things are out of their control require a crisis management on their own. However, to change, to stretch, to be, spontaneous nature is not structured. Then we can try not to love the new and the missing, to make room for the different, to experience only the state of the self, when the plans are broken, and maybe not just to understand it, to focus on our breathing and to let the person come on their own. We can even look for ways to go beyond newsworthiness and invite newwomen. We can change the way we go to work, for example, we can reside in new places instead of familiar cafés, which we are always comfortable with, we can taste a taste of what we call "I do not eat it in life" and read a newspaper we read in a style we do not accept. These are the flexibility of everyday life. @adsactly

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Resilience means staying strong. One of the best Points.

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That is what i was lacking in my life. i could give up so easily, not until i discovered the yields of resilience, that is when i started achieving in life. Perseverance is the best way to reach your success. Thanks for this article.

Hello @bumpenjepaul. I'm glad you have discovered resilience and have started achieving more in life.

I am studying medicine and surgery,a profession where you can get kicked out at anytime if you fail and trust me it is disturbing psychologically and emotionally. This article has opened my eyes not only to the difference between perseverance and resilence but to the fact that it is okay to fail once or twice, you dont have to beat yourself to it and when you fail, accept that you have failed, dont rush back in doing it the same way you did before, pause for a momemt and access yourself because it is not just about standing up again but standing up with the right attitude and my best part it develop a"personal why" to stay motivated. I absolutely found this very helpful!!!

Yes, @chukuibijenny, it's really about standing up again with the right attitude: the moment you take a deep breath to clear your head and ask "why." Giving up or accepting defeat is often not the way forward, or let me just say isn't the way forward. I'm glad it was helpful.

Truth is that real success can only be achieved by perseverance and there can be no perseverance without resilience. As you said: "Great inventions have been born through perseverance; Thomas Edison went through thousands of prototypes before he perfected the electric bulb.'

That was a perfect example. Thanks for sharing beautiful ideas.

Hello @sungbojus. Yes, success awaits the man who has the ability to bounce back and persevere even if he falls more than once. Thanks for reading.

I couldnt help but upvote, resteem and even drop a comment because some days ago, someone posted a comment on my wall on my birthday and he qualified me with that word resilient.
You really did analyse resilience well. I'm a living example of someone that had to be resilient to get something so dear to my heart today. Today, i'm a civil engineer because i was a product of resilience and i still am.
Dont ask me how, but i spent 11years instead of 5years before getting my 1st degree in civil engineering...it entails focus, courage, determination and boldness to stand in the face of failure and say loud; I'll be successful....
A very breathtaking post you got here.

Congratulations and happy birthday in arrears. There were probably times when you felt down, felt like giving up, you didn't want to continue. But you overcame. You had become resilient everytime.
Seriously, people would have given up. You are a strong man.

True that! Face your challenges rather than complaining or fearing. What defines us is how well we rise after the downfall.

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"fear of failure—a thing that many of us have."
I agree 100% with your intire post, I think this post should reach everybody, but especialy younger people like me, that will fail some times and need to understand that Resilience is one of the keys to be successful!

It should reach every young person that has failed and given up, hope you gave it a resteem. Resilience is definitely one of the keys to success. Thanks for reading.

I have a severe form of Generalized Anxiety And adult ADD. There is alot of risk involved in taking medication that I dont want to take, so i choose to channel it and get counseling over prescriptions. I have had to be resilient in dealing with those disorders. Had i not been resilient, my diseases would have destroyed me by now.

That and I smoke weed. Its the only medicine i found that makes me stable without destroying my mind, personality, or body.

All the best and thanks for a great article!

Really good that you have resilience @armadillocreek to deal the your disorders. Keep winning.

Resilience is a trait. This trait should be embodied by everybody since its a psychological need. The more we are resilient the more we could jump back from problems and it could result to positive well being.

Yes. True. Anytime we are able to bounce back after feeling down, or from one problem or the other, it results to wellness.

Yes indeed it is.

Resilience is staying humble to yourself and others. Listening and reminding yourself of your true purpose. You might need guidance along the way, so take on board people's opinions and constructive criticism, analyse from a different angle and try again! We all have been resilient since we took our first step in this crypto journey. We needed it A LOT, so there is only one thing to do...Steem on!

I really need to be resilient with my very own life, not only in steemit .
Sometimes i fall down, i become stress and depress but i find myself standing up again after all the circumtances i've face.
This line hit me

you might fall down nine times, but you’ll stand up ten

We need to be like this all the time in our life.

Hello charmsantos. Thanks for reading and sharing your thoughts on this.

😊
Yeah . we are here to share thoughts and feeling about something.

With resilience, you might fall down nine times, but you’ll stand up ten.
-thank you for encouraging me.:)

Thanks for reading!

Excellent article @adsactly / @jeffways,

I've been doing my best to teach myself these things for a few years now. It's no easy task, and I still often fall down, and stay down, for weeks, but I'm getting much better at adapting and getting up again :)

I'm still working on defining a "Why". Right now it's based mostly around doing things to help others, while pursuing interesting skills.

I was wondering, how does Adsactly work ?
It seems to be a program where you can submit articles to it in some way ?

I'll join the Discord as soon as I'm at my own computer, to see what it's all about :)

Hello @pbock. Have you joined Adsactly's server? It's a nice place to hang out. Yes, there's a program where you can submit articles. Thanks for reading and sharing your experience.

Just did, going to have a look around now :)

Resilience as a concept is used in many areas, not only humans.

Biological "areas" can be more or less resilient. This is btw. why every species counts - the more are killed, the less resilient an ecosystem is.

Architects even talk about buildings in terms of resilience sometimes - storms, earthquakes or other heavy forces.

For a single human, to be resilient, you need to know yourself. Look into yourself, see what you are feeling and what your body tells you.
If nothing else this will tell you when you are in panic (hopefully before you do a bad decision) and when you should stop eating (to not get fat).

For a single human, to be resilient, you need to know yourself. Look into yourself, see what you are feeling and what your body tells you.

I agree with you @lennstar. Knowing yourself and properly understanding what your body tells you can't be de-emphasized.

great perspective. interesting to think about the words and make a distinction between the two. the distinction might not even exist in all languages. interesting to break this concept down in smaller pieces as well.

Hello @exploreand, thanks for reading.

Hello Tessy, I'm glad you liked it.

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I enjoyed reading your post on Resilience. I believe that, the resilient people are those kind of people who will try new ideas from time to time, and probably fail as much as they can, but they will keep moving forward until there is success.
Such people will become true leaders, who should work with pressure and achieve the best.
I fancy myself as having shown resilience in many areas of my writing activities on the Internet. I have worked towards becoming successful as an author, a number of times, before I could finish the work with success.
You have encouraged me to keep up with the resilient habit which I have developed so far.
Thank you, for the inspiring post.

As a writer, I think I can see things from your perspective regarding resilience. Becoming a successful author isn't easy, and many a time, people give up. Thanks for contributing, Gboyega. I look forword to your writings.

Agreed. If you are not resilient, you set yourself up for failure. My father, who was a very wise man, once said that when God takes away something, it is because He has something better in mind. These words stuck with me, and helped me to be resilient every time I faced difficulty in my life. His words proved true, every time. My husband and I have been through financial hardships, marital problems, unemployment throughout our adult lives. We stuck with each other through thick and thin. Currently, we have financial troubles again, but as my husband says: "We have been through it all before, we can do it again". Yes, we worry, but we are resilient, and we will again get back to where we were before, and thrive even more.

Thanks for your post.

@dracosalieri, @fluffysmurf.

"We have been through it all before, we can do it again"

I liked this: It's hope, resilience, perseverance. It's believing everything would be fine. It's staying positive. Thanks for sharing your experience @minnaloushe.

I'm glad to know more about the importance of Resilience! I often frustrate and look for something can motivate me. Thanks for sharing this with us.

that's one virtue we tend to forget about. You have elaborated it right .. willing to fail, adapting, staying strong, facing up, rewarding yourself, being a leader.
Thanks for going deeper into this. I for one thought resilience is to stay strong inspite of the hardships that try to sweep you away. But it's a lot more than that. youve brought it out very well and lets spread it too for other people to learn being resilient with those 6 qualities. thank you

Love this post! I've read that people who have survived great traumas and in fact have experienced PTSD etc often go on to develop great resilience and an extraordinary degree of flexibility and adaptability. I am reminded of the word 'chaordic' order out of chaos ...

adsactly,
I have to be honest, I have a problem with resilience. I guess its because I don't like change in my life. Yes , things are always changing but I fight it. I always want to put everything in a neat little box, and its hard for me to accept that sometimes that box is beat up from the street up, like the UPS guy just dropped kicked over to my door step...lol but God willing I keep trying. I learned some things from your article and bless your heart for posting it!

What an interesting way of presenting thoughts about such a good topic . We might accept it all begins with 5 or 10 minutes of thinking for real .
Think about whats going on and be correct with yourself because you and me are the only one to win if we decide to live a healthy life .
Great points you made out there .

‘To truly demonstrate resilience, you have to stand up with the right attitude.‘

‘If you were to break it down, you could say that resilience is positivity, confidence, and stubbornness all rolled into one.’

Spot on!

Great article and very timely! Thanks so much for sharing.

Going in one more round when you don't think you can, that's what makes all the difference in your life.
Resteemed!

Very good article @adsactly. Thanks a lot for this. It's amazing to look at Differential Psychology in this context and see how differently people respond to the same difficult life events. What inhibits one and restricts his development is a great motivator for the other to overcome the difficulty. This is a very encouraging mechanism and resilience builds on it. As it is said: You are successful when you fall down for 99 times and get up 100 times.

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This post was for me.. me a lot bro thanks a lot. i will never give up for sure.. im going keep putting in the hard work

Goals are a means to an end, not the ultimate purpose of our lives. They are simply a tool to concentrate our focus and move us in a direction. The only reason we really pursue goals is to cause ourselves to expand and grow. Achieving goals by themselves will never make us happy in the long term; it's who you become, as you overcome the obstacles necessary to achieve your goals, that can give you the deepest of most long-lasting sense of fulfillment.

To agree, to succeed resilience,persistence and hard work is more important than just talent

Great post. Can you tell us, please, how do you prepare the material for your content? @jeffways

Yes @adsactly you have defined the word Resilience well as I have only read this word in TeXTile SCIENCE field in University and I didn't knew about the Resiliency of a person like the power to bounce back.

Goals are a means to an end, not the ultimate purpose of our lives. They are simply a tool to concentrate our focus and move us in a direction. The only reason we really pursue goals is to cause ourselves to expand and grow. Achieving goals by themselves will never make us happy in the long term; it's who you become, as you overcome the obstacles necessary to achieve your goals, that can give you the deepest of most long-lasting sense of fulfillment.

Very interesting to know that each ostaculo of life can make us stumble at each moment but it is even more important to know how to recognize those obstacles in order to find a way to overcome them, it is difficult not to fall into that trap that makes us stumble as it is part of our learning why there is no new ostaculo that does not make us fall. The most important thing is to learn from them so we can get up again and that makes us stronger every day, so we can be resilient people to any problem that gets in the way of the bad thing always gets something good and that's the good of the bad ". Thanks to @adsactly and @georgechuks for making me understand another perspective of life.

Muy interesante el saber que cada ostaculo de la vida puede hacernos tropesar a cada momento pero es aun mas importante saber reconocer esos obstáculos para así buscar la manera de superarlos, es difícil no caer en esa trampa que nos hace tropezar ya que es parte de nuestro aprendizaje por que no hay ostaculo nuevo que no nos haga caer. Lo mas importante es aprender de ellos para asi poder levantarnos otra vez y eso nos hace mas fuerte cada dia mas, para asi poder ser unas personas resilientes a cualquier problema que se nos ponga en el camino ¨De lo malo siempre se saca algo bueno y eso es lo bueno de lo malo¨. Gracias a @adsactly y a @georgechuks por hacerme entender otra perspectiva de la vida.

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Important information thank you for sharing.

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Resilience is that ineffable quality that allows some people to be knocked down by life and come back stronger than ever. Rather than letting failure overcome them and drain their resolve, they find a way to rise from the ashes. Psychologists have identified some of the factors that make someone resilient, among them a positive attitude, optimism, the ability to regulate emotions, and the ability to see failure as a form of helpful feedback. Even after misfortune, resilient people are blessed with such an outlook that they are able to change course and soldier on.

Thanks for the motivation, I'm glad I read this. I will be resilient and bounce back even if I fall! Eventually I will prevail (always think positively)

Great words @adsactly, specially for all new steemit users; I am saying it by my experience that when you see old users of steemit getting viewed their posts and getting comments and upvotes, a new user might feel down and think who is gonna watch my content, what should I put on here etc. So basically we, new users should have patience and resilience. We should not feel down and make the most of this platform.👍👍

Great blog @adsactly! Resilience is a word that has been trumpeted from Charls Darwin to Dr. Seus. Our (U.S.) past presidents have praised the resilience of communities during catastrophic (hurricanes) and tragic (9/11) events. For me, resilience is just the ability to take life punches without getting knocked down, rebounding no matter how bad the day is. Forward thinking is resilience. Although the lightbulb is Edison's most important invention, it's Tesla's futuristic mind the backbone of modern power (AC) and communication systems (wireless, TV, radio, tell, cell). We live in a electrified world thanks to the resilience mind of Tesla. The exponantial growth of technology has played a major role in all aspects of our life. We are constantly adapting, developing and maintaining resilience, constatly finding the strength needed to move foward to better days. I think it's important to remind ourself, an optimistic mind will never age and that's resilience.

(I have nothing against Edison, he was an inventor but most importantly a businessman vs Tesla was just a brilliant mind who died penniless).

Is that chestnut? I think you should definitely make a nice trip and then cook the chestnuts on the exhaust. :)))) @adsactly

Great article for a Friday morning after an unsuccessful week of freelancing. Keep the inspiration coming please! :)

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Votes and resteemit done .

Cool. Thanks.

Amazing post buddy.pretty encouraging post it is.
My thoughts...
Every single person fail or feel difficulty to get along during rough phase of life.conqueror is one who adjust with the situation and makes efforts to find a new destiny.

good post. I am a newcomer. please support from you. thank you

I am very impressed with the content of your story @adsactly Really inspiring for me, do not forget to visit my story follow and upvote @ irwansyah883

Yeah, if you are resilient you are a worthy to succeed. We get up after failure for the sake of willing to hit the aim we can see eventually after all falls and standings up

Not to trying to throw on a crypto joke or anything, but if Bitcoin was a human being, I think considering its history of doubts and enduring naysaying, you'd have to submit that it's one hell of an example for resilence.

Wow, this is beautiful, it's nice to read post like this once in a while .thanks

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the best post

Exactly what I needed to read today! Thank you! Resteemed! @bitsy :)

Thank you for this post,I think we all become discouraged at one point in our lives but we need to dust off the failure and disappointment and just keep going. And sometimes we need to read something Like this to remind ourselves to just keep going.

This post is a panacea to a frustrated mind, hope giver to the dwncasted and the need to persist in the persuit of success.

Love this stuff. Keep it up.

"Even with small victories, a resilient person recognizes when they’ve done something right. " yes correct well done

Thanks for sharing! Been learning a lot about persistence and resilience lately... tapping in to the infinite and abundant energy around us by fully knowing we are “in it to win it” no matter how long it takes or which stones get thrown in our path.
Showing up is half the battle, and showing up again and again is how it’s done..
Thanks for the reminder!

This is a great post. Thank you

Great post !

I love this post. I invent things, write books, and songs. I am an intuitive and one of these or more is worth a million dollars. I just don't know which ones!! Lol. This perspective really helps. Thanks

Failure is inevitable! It is surprisingly liberating.

I was so fond of routines and going by the book until i learnt the lesson of resillience really hard way. I used put cent percent effort into a task without consulting or being able to work in a team (which is a different story however) but now I am much more flexible. I dont mind the results whatever they are as failure is a prerequisite of success. thanks for the much detailed clarity on the subject.

Resilience means bouncing back even after staring at defeat in the face. Resilience is made easier when we see lessons in defeat. Resilience is Olawalium, Olawalium is resilience!