EmpoweredWealth.com

THIS IS SINGLE.PHP
July 6th, 2014

You need to make a distinction between denial about the situation and overconfidence in…

By Ron Nakamoto

You need to make a distinction between denial about the situation and overconfidence in your abilities – Eric Barker

I talk about Grit as an essential element of being an entrepreneur.  The question that often comes up for me is how does one teach, train, and coach Grit?  The blog post below by Eric Barker offered me some helpful tips, one of which is the title of this post.

The quote focuses on a discerning balance between realism about the situation and hyper-confidence about one’s own abilities. I also believe in Barker’s tip about preparing; no world class organization, group, or individual becomes world class by winging it.  Staying busy (a bias towards action), making it a game (celebrating small wins), and get and, especially, give help (i.e., make a contribution and live in gratitude)…these are things we talk about and stand for at Empowered Wealth.

www.empoweredwealth.com

#empoweredwealth

Embedded Link

How To Be Resilient: 8 Steps To Success When Life Gets Hard
How do we increase grit and persistence? Let’s look at how survivors get through the most dangerous situations and learn lessons on how to be resilient.

Google+: Reshared 3 times
Google+: View post on Google+

8 Responses to “You need to make a distinction between denial about the situation and overconfidence in…”

  1. Ron Nakamoto

    Thank you +Dawg OWENS 

  2. Ron Nakamoto

    Thank you +Blanca Serpa 

  3. Ron Nakamoto

    Thank you +Tara Woodruff 

  4. Blanca Serpa

    +Ron Nakamoto always for U

  5. Ron Nakamoto

    Thank you +Stefan Eberhard 

  6. Ron Nakamoto

    Thank you +Valerie Clark 

  7. Ron Nakamoto

    Thank you +Bill Danza 

  8. Ron Nakamoto

    Thank you +Stefan Eberhard 

Leave a Reply