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- To have grit
- To have resolve
- To have persistence and perseverance with goals
Grit has notable effects on one's brain in relation to flourishing.
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Subjective measures include the following self-assessment questions:
- Overall, I have grit, resolve, and perseverance.
- I have been persistent with my goals.
- I have been overcoming obstacles, challenges, or failures that stand in the way of my achievements.
- I have been consistently working toward long-term goals over time.
- I have not been letting obstacles or failures stop my efforts.
- I have been keeping to my goals with a stamina that helps me push through difficulties and progress.
- I have been following through with my efforts despite setbacks.
Try to measure your grit weekly or at least monthly.
Ideally every human should
- Have grit with goals
- Have the resolve, persistence, and perseverance to overcome obstacles, challenges, or failures that stand in the way of achievement
- Have stamina and consistent effort over time with long-term goals
- Understand personal potential for grit
- Track grit weekly and/or monthly
- Set weekly and/or monthly goals based on personal potential
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