All posts filed under: Grit & Mindset

The Man in the Arena

Today, I want to share a speech that has had meaning to me for many years.  This short speech was delivered in Paris on April 23rd, 1910 by then former president Theodore Roosevelt. The speech was actually titled, Citizenship in a Republic, but later became […]

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Language of Resilience 1

In this post, I would like to introduce the beautiful language of resilience.  As I have studied resilience and attended various conferences, I have highlighted words and phrases, the language of resilience, that resonate with me. These simple words and phrases are a fun and […]

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What is Grit?

What is Grit? Grit, as opposed to resilience, tends to be more of an individual trait, the result of a powerful mindset. Though I use the words ‘grit’ and ‘resilience’ interchangeably, as synonyms, they are not the same.  My experience is most people know what […]

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