How we handle past mistakes and what we make of them ultimately determine our degree of productivity. Mistakes aren’t meant to be forgotten but they are not to rule our lives either. When it comes to handling mistakes, the truly mentally tough keep their mistakes in the past, do not let the outcome of past mistakes influence the present and adapt the lessons learned from their mistakes for future success.
Words are powerful things and much more are positive words. It’s important to note that mental strength is first a state of the mind and continuous repetition of positive words of affirmation helps your mind accept them as true. The advantages are: It Births A Consciousness In You That Influences Your Decisions; It Improves Your Mental Health, And It Keeps Your Goals Attainable.
Being mentally tough means you are in charge of what goes on in your own space. There will always be people whose actions might upset the balance of things in your space but a key factor in staying on top of this is setting boundaries. Setting boundaries helps you to: Keep Toxic People Out Of Your Space; Be In Charge Of The Things That Happen Around You And Not To Be Controlled By People’s Actions