Grit, a growth mindset, and perseverance are mental ‘muscles’ that develop a repeated practice of failing, learning, and improving. Goal directed perseverance is the ongoing effort of moving towards a desired goal, falling and getting back up, failing and learning, struggling and growing, while still progressing. Goal directed perseverance starts with setting clear intentions and then aligning them with a plan of action to achieve that desired outcome. Through the EEC Coaching Process, clients begin with developing a clear vision of who they want to be. They then construct a roadmap aligned with their strengths, interests, responsibilities, and priorities. Perseverance and grit are developed when it starts to get hard, and the excuses and inattentiveness want to change directions and do something newer and easier, and more enjoyable. Goal directed perseverance starts when the ADHD tendencies take over and want to change directions, or when things start to feel too boring and mundane or too hard.
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