In your efforts to achieve your goals, you will always struggle with unexpected, unwanted, and uncontrollable aspects of your environment, but your ability to overcome these seemingly indomitable obstacles will earn you both recognition and results.
Having an indomitable spirit means that you have the type of spirit that is incapable of being overcome, subdued, or vanquished. In short it means that you are unconquerable.
Developing and sustaining an indomitable spirit is the ability to consistently sustain one’s ideal performance state during adversities, setbacks, and unexpected events.
Simply put, an indomitable spirit allows you to perform your roles and responsibilities to your maximum potential.
Ups and downs in performance are often directly traceable to psychological ups and downs. Therefore, high performers work to create the proper mental environment, a mentally tough indomitable spirit where they can perform at consistently high levels.
An indomitable spirit is a learned trait; it cannot not inherited and must be earned and consistently practiced. The ultimate measure of an indomitable spirit is consistency. Your ability to rise to the challenge, confront the opposition head on and prevail is the true litmus test.
Those who develop a strong, well-developed indomitable spirit have a strong will to do that allows them to do anything. Your indomitable spirit directs and impacts your life forces, habits (both good and bad) and your condition in life.
In your efforts to achieve your goals, you will be buffeted and pummeled. You will be criticized and opposed. You will be attacked and assaulted. You will struggle and fall. Your commitment will be tested, and that is precisely why you must develop an indomitable, unconquerable spirit.
The 100 Day Challenge teaches you how to develop a rock solid personal constitution that projects a calm, focused but no-nonsense attitude when it comes to setting goals and getting results.
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