Strong Individuals

STRONG INDIVIDUALS.

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Truly strong people manage the weights of each day life more suitably, and recover more quickly from troubles and crises when they develop.

Since enthusiastic quality suggests a man's internal adjusting limits, would we have the capacity to absolutely judge a man's inside quality considering what we see in light of current circumstances?

Standard culture consistently portrays authentically strong people as quiet, stoic sorts who never complain and whose enthusiastic expression in the midst of crises is confined to jaw-squaring, grip hand holding, and calm passionate looks into the horizon. Any evidences of excited "spillage" (i.e., conveying enthusiastic wretchedness in any way) or tears (especially in men), is every now and again seen as confirmation the individual encounters issues adjusting and is earnestly feeble.

Such thoughts are off kilter and massively misleading. Enthusiastic quality has little to do with stoicism and even less to do with any short lived reaction. Possibly, energetic quality is something that must be assessed after some time. By definition, it incorporates a man's ability to oversee challenges and skip again from them, not how they respond in any given moment.

Case in point, if two representatives put five years in a startup that fails, which of them is earnestly more grounded—the individual who feels smashed and starts crying wildly when financing neglects to work out, or the individual who feels pounded however holds their emotions under tight limitations?

The answer is neither one of the its—was a trap question. (Too terrible.)

The singular's brief reaction matters an extraordinary arrangement not precisely what they do starting there. Some person may diminish into tears up the event, feel unpleasant for a week, yet then ricochet back and start managing their next tremendous thought. An evidently stoic individual may appear to adjust better in the event, yet feel so squashed that they surrender their entrepreneurial dreams absolute. In such an examination, the "delivery person" doubtlessly has more energetic coarseness than the "jaw-squarer," despite demonstrating more conspicuous excited torment in their speedy response.

An expansive bit of us judge ourselves erroneously in exactly such circumstances. In case we react genuinely or forlornly to testing circumstances, we reproach ourselves for being "slight," in spite of the way that we intend to persevere and get up and go, or despite when we believe we will unavoidably succeed.

Tears are by and large a sign of disappointment and disappointment,not defeat. What you acknowledge about your future shots of advancement and how debilitated you feel in the whole deal is fundamentally more vital than how your tear channels respond to nerves and dreadful news.

Considering whether you have energetic quality? Here are 7 ways to deal with review yourself and additionally other individuals:

Truly strong people ...


1.are less debilitated by mishaps and disappointments.

2.are more adaptable to change.

3.are prepared to see and express their needs.

4.focus on getting around an obstruction rather than on the hindrance itself.

5.can increase from mistakes and input.

6.tend to see the greater perspective in a testing situation.

7.are prepared to recover more quickly from eager wounds, for instance, frustration or reject

#THIS IS AN OLD POST ON MY BLOG, WHEN IT WAS STILL ON BLOGSPOT, AS YOU CAN SEE, BUT UPDATED WITH NEW IMAGE AND A FEW NEW WORDS.

34 comments:

  1. This is a beautiful post. I guess we all have a different definition of what being strong means. But I guess admitting mistakes and taking step backs might be part of it to me! xx corinne

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  2. Such a great post, I love the 7 points. I feel I am a strong person and am trying to raise my daughters to be the same and to realize they are a product of their thoughts and their energy.

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  3. This is such a good post. I love your definition of what a strong person is.

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  4. Great point. Were are all strong in different ways

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  5. I think that true strength shines through when weakness is the easier option. Being truly strong takes a lot of work.

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  6. I feel like strength is defined differently for each person. Great post.

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  7. Great post, truly strong people make the best with mistakes and grow from them.

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  8. What does it even mean to be strong? Some would say it means you push on through the day even when it seems like everything is going wrong. I like the list you've come up with though.

    -Sondra (Prettyfitfoodie)

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  9. Inspiring post! 'Strong' is indeed a word that is prone to perception. I even don't know if I find myself strong...

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  10. Brilliant Concept..I like the 2nd point that -People must accept the change.

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  11. Loved this post!! I wanna work more on being a strong person and living up to that list you made. Thank you!

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  12. wow what a great read! Great post and love the 7 points you have! Being a strong person and living up to it can be hard!

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  13. Great post! Very thought provoking too. I see strength in many ways and being adaptable is definitely one.

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  14. This is true. I always try to be a strong person. I have noticed as I get older that I care less what people think and can deal with change easier.

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  15. I love the 7 characteristics of strong people. Great list. Thanks for sharing.

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  16. This is such a great list. Strength can appear in many ways and what's strong for one person might be different for another. Thanks for sharing.

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  17. Great list of characteristics of strong people. I think all those points are excellent.

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  18. Failures helps to makes uz better and stronger, and we should not treat it as a major disaster. Sometimes, tjings hapoen for a reason, we just have to learn to listen and follow our own instinct.

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  19. This resonates with me so well. Nobody can have power over you as long as you are strong & secure in yourself.

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  20. I think that every person has their own strengths. It is hard to see at the time, but failures do make you stronger in time.

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  21. How you handle the rough times is always the measure of the type of person you are. Those who can bounce back and see issues as learning experiences always do better.

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  22. People see me as a strong person. I guess they were misled by how I carry myself on the outside. But in reality, I'm not. Although over the years I see myself improving and developing into someone better.

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  23. Great post! I actually needed this desperately today. Thank you!

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  24. Yes strong people or mentally strong people are flexible and are constantly adapting. They know that fear of change is paralyzing and a major threat to their success and happiness. They look for change that is lurking just around the corner, and they form a plan of action should these changes occur.

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  25. Such an amazing post and I love your way of thinking. Couldn't agree more with the 7 points, especially seeing a greater perspective in a testing situation. It makes you so much stronger! Adaptability to change is key as well.
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  26. It's definitely going to make you think about how we see and deal with life. I think it's important that we take note of the qualities because that will help inspire us to improve.

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  27. I am a naturally strong dynamic person, people do gravitate to me for various reasons. The one thing I consciously do, is to remove people who are constantly complaining about nothing. Whining as a hobby. My tolerance for it is to have none. Strong people make decisions to move forward.

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  28. Good points,Lex.....every situation is different however,"strong" is entirely subjective...one can be strong in one part of life but weak in another,does that make him weak because of his weakness or stronger for that weakness?

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  29. I like the points that you made about the characteristics of a strong person. It takes a lot. I think some of those qualities are built up over time due to experiences.

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  30. I feel people show their strength in different ways. I'm definitely the type to stay quiet and handle what I need to do.

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  31. While I do believe that everyone has different strengths and they don't always show. With that said many of the things you listed are traits of resilient individuals.

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  32. There is a good quote that goes something to the effect of we learn to be strong when there is no other choice. I don't think any singular personality trait defines a strong person sometimes just surviving is strength.

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  33. Glad to read this inspirational post, Thank you

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  34. I love how this post talks about all the ways a person can be strong. There's not just one way because we are all different and in different situations.

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