Chin up and soldier on: 10 habits to improve your mental strength

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Chin up and soldier on: 10 habits to improve your mental strength

Heed life’s tough lessons and force yourself to push through a challenge, says Dr Travis Bradberry

Rebecca Deuchar

According to Dr Travis Bradberry, author of Emotional Intelligence 2.0, to increase your mental strength, you simply need to change your outlook. It is the tough lessons in life that build the strength we need to succeed. “Developing mental strength is all about doing the things that no one else is willing to do.” Humans are creatures of habit and if you force yourself to push through a challenge, your strength will grow.

Here are 10 habits of mentally strong people according to Dr Travis Bradberry:

You have to fight when you already feel defeated..

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