Many of us hit the gym to become physically stronger but how often do we set out to become mentally stronger? Mental strength is about choosing your actions and response wisely, rather than reacting rashly based on emotions. Developing your mental strength can improve your performance in every area of life. Here are some ways to practice being mentally strong:

1. Don’t fear alone time.

2. Don’t dwell on the past.

3. Don’t feel the world owes you.

4. Don’t expect immediate results.

5. Don’t worry about pleasing everyone.

6. Don’t waste time feeling sorry for yourself.

7. Don’t waste energy on things you can’t control.

8. Don’t let others influence your emotions.

9. Don’t resent other people’s success.

10. Don’t shy away from responsibilities.

11. Don’t give up after the first failure.

12. Don’t fear taking calculated risks.

How do you practice being mentally strong? Comment below and share your thoughts.

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15 Replies to “How To Be Mentally Strong”

  1. I guess I really needed these. Especially about others influencing your emotions. I’m still working on myself to become mentally strong, but it’s a challenge because I have a frail psyche… so it’s a working process.

  2. Being the advocate of fitness, I would say that going to the gym day in day out regardless of how you feel is also a great way to build mental strength. I love all the points tho, very useful.
    Great advice babe.

  3. Mental strength is something that I think tends to be overlooked far too often. People really need to understand the importance of mental strength. It can make a huge difference in improving your overall quality of life. I absolutely agree with everything on your list, and I try my best to practice all of these things every day.

    1. I totally agree. It is definitely overlooked, yet it plays such a pivotal role in how we live our lives and feel on a daily basis.
      I do think however, with so much going on around us, it takes constant effort and practice to be and remain mentally strong.
      Thanks for sharing your thoughts Danny 🙂

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