Learning to Persevere

Last article I wrote about Dealing With Betrayal in a positive manner…as much as possible. Today’s focus is learning to persevere, especially under an extremely difficult and/or challenging situation.

Although each of us face various challenges in life, some are much harder to get through than others. To persevere through something extremely difficult, it takes a deeper level of commitment to the process of working through things.

Grieving is an example. When we lose something or someone very important to us, we don’t “just get over it!” Sometimes it takes a very long time to walk through the stages of grief in order to accept our new reality and become more ready to move forward despite our loss(es).

This only serves as an example. Wouldn’t it be amazing if we could walk into a store and simply buy a can of “Perseverance?” There wouldn’t be enough shelf space to supply the demand. Since we cannot purchase it, what’s your plan to develop more perseverance so you’re more prepared to handle your next challenging situation? 

 Small Wins Lead To Great Victories! -HS 

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Dion John Hunt

Dion John Hunt is the founder and owner of the Improving Life Center. He’s been training leaders over the past 20 years and currently leads an international team of professionals and volunteers. As a Leadership and Life coach, he enjoys partnering with individuals and business leaders to create desired goals and develop strategies to achieve them in enjoyable ways.

On a personal note, Dion loves God, his beautiful wife of 16 years, and their two amazing daughters. Sevierville Magazine recently published an article on their family journey. It includes some of the challenges they have overcome as a family and how they are positively impacting others through their businesses.

To schedule a free consultation or book him to speak, call 865-446-0353.

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