Grit and Endurance, Practice It.
“Enthusiasm is common. Endurance is rare.” ~Angela Duckworth
Dreamer is a descriptive word for many in the workplace. Goal-getting professionals are often meditating and dreaming of their next promotion. They spend dedicated time determining and following through to complete the next steps to accomplish their master career plan. Sometimes career journeys, gift unexpected roadblocks and detours. During the perceived setbacks, it is important to choose to lean in and not lose grit that is fortified through courage and resolve.
Grit is the essence of perseverance. Career confidence builds its endurance through grit. The author of Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance, Anglea Duckworth defines grit as a significant predictor of success. Her research has revealed that grit is usually unrelated or even inversely related to measures of talent. Grit is passion and perseverance for very long-term goals. Bestselling management author and CNBC contributor, Suzy Welch share that delivering excellent results is through the ability to demonstrate grit and gravitas to experience career promotion.
Remember to use endurance mindset tips, often used by athletes, that will keep you focused on accomplishing your desired end goals, through grit. For many confidently completing career goals is similar to running a marathon. The preparation, emotional intelligence, and commitment to keeping your completion promise to yourself are similar experiences. Mental toughness is the foundation of showcasing grit through endurance. It cultivates persistence and identifies specific choices that will keep you connected and on track to accomplishing your next level career promotion and professional best.
What are a few ways that you show grit through endurance in the workplace?