8 Growth Mindset Ways to Develop Mental Strength

With these 8 proven growth mindset techniques, you’ll have the chance to shift yourself and your entire life into an exceptional place.
When you are mentally sensitive, or the opposite of being mentally strong, you increase the likelihood of limitations in life. From there mental strength comes into play.
When you have someone with mental strength, they […]

Commitment And The Other Components Of Mental Strength

Before we get into the Cx4 of Mental Strength let’s look at what Mental Strength is.
Mental Strength is the capacity for an individual to deal effectively with stressors, pressures and challenges and perform to the best of their abilities irrespective of the circumstances in which they find themselves.
Mental Strength is the quality which determines in […]

How to Handel Pressure Without A Melt Down

As demands on time, energy and money grow over the years, you are likely to respond with anxiety. You may feel pressure to perform at school or work, be a good family member or provide for someone. However, stress and anxiety pose serious health risks, so developing a way to handle pressure and move on […]

Mentally Strong Basics And Performance

What is being mentally strong?
First let’s define what Mental Strength means. In the past, there were different definitions of Mental Strength.
In 2012, Clough & Strycharczyk came up with a universal definition after conducting plenty of research and conducting case studies. Basically, Mental Strength is a personality trait that allows people to handle challenges, stress […]

Understanding the True Meaning of Mentally Tough

As a result of the Olympics, plenty of people are talking about being mentally tough. Thus, let’s talk about what mental strength is and what it isn’t.
Myths About Being Mentally Tough
First, mental strength has nothing to do with being “manly” or “macho.” It does not involve masculinity. It is all about dealing with the setbacks, […]

The Ego is Not The Enemy

There is truth to the notion that ego serves as the source of suffering since we do have the final say in the way we think and feel. Yet, the ego is not the sole cause of our personal pain. The ego serves as the original of our sense of self. As such, the ego […]

Can Courage Be Learned?

There is one characteristic which is common to almost every single one of the people throughout history who are remembered admired: courage. It may be an almost universally revered trait, but it’s not always well understood.
The Canadian psychologist S.J. Rachman studies courage and fear and has stated that most people conflate courage with fearlessness, which […]

Opening the Power of Gratitude

The practice of gratitude as a tool for happiness has been in the mainstream for years. Long-term studies support gratitude’s effectiveness, suggesting that a positive, appreciative attitude contributes to greater success in work, greater health, peak performance in sports and business, a higher sense of well-being, and a faster rate of recovery from surgery.
But while […]

The Power of Possibility

All we are given is possibilities—to make of ourselves one thing or another. –Ortega y Gasset
Possibilities: Abilities or qualities that could make someone or something better in the future. Merriam-Webster’s Learner’s Dictionary
Possibility is only as positive and one chooses to make it. The possibility of dying in an airplane crash versus the possibility of achieving […]

Need Your Life Back in Order? Do it with These Three Rules

As I work in the field of human potential, I keep current on the most recent information about the damage persistent
stress can cause to a person’s mental and physical health. Chronic diseases can be caused or made worse by this stress (AHA 2012). You have observed and recommended mind-body exercises and physical exercise to restore […]