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Your boss just informed you that they don’t believe you are ready to assume more leadership responsibilities. They don’t think you’re the right fit for the position and don’t think you’ll be successful. What do you do in a situation like this that is challenging? Is it time to give up and concede defeat, or should you muster up the courage to fight back and disprove them? One constant in life is adversity; no matter which path you choose to take, you cannot avoid it. It sometimes seems like an uphill struggle that will never end. However, you grow as a person and learn from those challenging times. Consider the aforementioned illustration. People telling you that you aren’t good enough and having doubts about your skills is an opportunity for you to work harder and be successful. It occurs when you tell yourself that you’ll face adversity head-on but that you’ll triumph over it instead of crumbling. An excellent first step in the face of difficulty is to change your mindset. Similar to learning from mistakes, if you choose to do so, you will develop personally and motivate others to develop resiliency. The process of overcoming adversity is a process, despite the abundance of advice we receive from self-help books, our role models, friends and family, the internet, motivational speakers, or other sources. Not every problem can be solved in an instant. Because everyone is unique, coping mechanisms that are effective for one person may not be effective for another.

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