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WHO REALLY SUCCEEDS IN LIFE?

October 12, 2017

We live in a society that values higher education, intelligence, looks, and money. If you are born into a wealthy family full of good-looking people, who are intelligent and educated; society says you can't lose, or basically - you've already won. We raise children with this narrative, but there's just one problem with this story; it’s wrong.

At All Around Strong, we know the number-one predictor of success is resiliency. Individuals who can fail, be betrayed, or be physically injured and bounce back succeed in the long-run.

It's the reason people from harsh backgrounds often succeed in sports. Long before they've been knocked out in the ring, or tackled on the football field, or taken an elbow to the ribs on the basketball court, life has already beaten them up; literally or figuratively.

If you feel - deep down - that you can't succeed because you come from poverty, abuse, or have experienced unfair catastrophes in your life, know this: none of that determines your future.

It's up to you if you get up again when you've been pushed down. In those difficult moments, know that only you can reboot your life and nothing in the past matters.

In every moment, your actions determine whether you'll be stronger or weaker in the future. Every time you rebound from adversity your will grows and you become more and more resilient. We've seen proof of this with All Around Strong's winning clients.

Resiliency is a secret component of success, but it's not complicated. If you want to succeed in the long run, get up every time you're knocked down.

You deserve a life full of tremendous experiences; focus on resiliency and soon you'll be unstoppable.

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