Frustration (Summer Edition)
The important things in life—relationships, school, work, and mastering a skill—rarely come quick or easy. They tend to come with a lot of frustration. To make it through those frustrating moments we must learn how to be flexible around obstacles while focusing on the goal.
Charles A. Garfield, says that when you achieve success you can attribute 70% or more to strong mental factors and psychological mastery. Conquer your frustrations by limiting what goes in and out of your mind. Put unmet expectations in their proper place - some as setbacks to be mastered and others as distractions that need to be avoided. Have an overcoming prospective for your journey. It will help you be more productive and enjoy each moment that passes. Be the master of you!
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