What we gain from what we survive

What we gain from what we survive

Hardship is often the best teacher

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The focus of today’s discussion is on the lessons we may learn from adversity. Difficult events have a way of humbling us and giving us a fresh perspective on life.

I’m going to share five key things I’ve learned from adversity, and I genuinely hope you can relate to each of them:

Lesson #1: You’re stronger than you think 

To some extent, we all suffer from Imposter Syndrome. We frequently believe that we will never be good enough to achieve our objectives or be fully accepted by others.

When we’re in crisis, whether it’s at work, in our social lives, or in our personal lives, we tend to give up way too easily. When you feel like everything you’ve fought for is crashing down around you, you need to rely on your inner strength and willpower to get you through it, because believe me, it will. All you have to do now is believe it.

You are much stronger than you think you are, always remember and stand by that thought!

Lesson #2: Most pain is only temporary

Pain, whether it be emotional, spiritual, mental, or physical, does not last forever, or at least becomes much more bearable with time.

Pain is something that we all have to cope with on a regular basis. Some of us choose to push through it, while others allow it to completely overtake our lives. They fall into a deep pit of sadness and negativity that is difficult to escape.

I’ve learned that pain is like each of the four seasons as a result of the difficult experiences I’ve had. It comes and goes in waves, with each wave being slightly different from the one before it. It’s your responsibility to make sure your barriers can resist each wave.

Lesson #3: Patience is key

I’m not going to lie when I say that I consider myself to be one of the world’s least patient persons.

When I am unable to pick up a new ability right away or when things do not go according to plan, I become highly frustrated.

But I’ve learned that patience is a virtue in this society, especially if you want to be the most successful version of yourself possible. You’ll either miss out on life-changing opportunities if you don’t have patience, or you’ll squander the ones that come your way if you don’t.

Take a deep breath, things will always work out the way they’re supposed to work out if you are patient enough!

Lesson #4: A support structure is crucial

Nobody can go through life by themselves. We all need a good set of people to support us when the storm is roaring, no matter how tough you think you are.

In the past, I’ve always gone into business on my own because I believed that I didn’t need anyone else to make me a success story; all I needed was my own conviction and perseverance. I quickly realized that pursuing your goals alone depletes your energy and causes you to stagnate.

Having a supporting set of people in your life will keep you on your toes at all times. It will not only provide you with drive, but it will also provide you with a fresh viewpoint when you feel stuck. Accept your pride and begin to recognize the immensity of what others around you are willing to give up for you!

Lesson #5: Make yourself a priority

Let’s face it, we only have so much time on this planet. We only have so much time to ensure that we accomplish the goals we set for ourselves. When things go wrong, it’s pointless to waste time grieving or feeling sorry for yourself. You just must understand that life is strewn with land mines, and the only thing you can do is try to avoid them. Set your sights on the treasure you desire in life and pursue it!

Conclusion

Hardships in life are inevitable.

You have the option of allowing these difficulties to consume your life and fill it with pessimism, or you may use them as fuel in your quest for greatness and success.

Rather than viewing adversity as something uncomfortable and unwelcome, consider it an opportunity to put your endurance, innovation, and resonance skills to the test.

What we create of life is up to us. Every circumstance we encounter and every adventure we embark on has its own set of setbacks and lessons; all we have to do is be aware of them and proactive enough to learn from them.

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Estian Roodt

Driven by dreams, living by high expectations.  I believe in hard work and dedication above everything else.  Average is not in my vocabulary.

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