This is an ensemble list of all topics related to the most Proven of virtues. Since I have planned the content structure of this website in an impromptu, extempore (shoot first, ask questions later) manner, there are series articles that I will be placing in separate menus hopefully soon. For now, however, haphazard it may seem, you may search for the strength you seek in the articles below:-
- Haggle, Bargain and Go Cheap: This is a lesson learnt from the countries that struggle every day for their daily bread. Mind you, it requires a battle with anxiety, constant planning and calculation. It gives you an insight into the darker side of human nature.
- Goals: Jitendriya (Sense conqueror): There has been debate over this topic being a topic of perseverance. Some suggest similar experiences can be had through meditation and a zen mindset. However, even the learned masters agree that like everything else, this skill can be mastered by thorough practice.
- Treasures new and old: Mark Divine: Only a soldier truly knows discipline. The nuances of the mindset of one of the toughest of warriors are outlined by a former Navy Seal. This is one of the most basic of motivation tools I rely on to grit me through anything in the world.
- Boiling Point: Being Adhunik: There’s no greater struggle in the world than the one inside every heart. It defines us as people. It makes our values, breaks our illusions. It is the message our soul wishes to give to the world through a little act we call life. In the end to find ourselves, we must face ourselves.
- Over in your head: Water, Water everywhere: Floods in Srinagar then in Chennai proves a fact we often overlook. Disaster is an unpredictable certainty. It will be easy to abandon your survival instincts sometimes, but don’t. Let your will to live drive you.
- Self-discipline and Habits: It’s all good to read something and be inspired to make a big change in life, but if you don’t instal it as a habit the change won’t be permanent. This post has taken a while, but I wanted this to be as honest as possible.
- 3 skills video games stole from our lives: These are things that technology can never replace and it’s our job to show these timeless hobbies that double up as skills. In some situations, we are going to have to teach our grandchildren still
- Adrenaline: Unyielding Drive: The little boy who acts super mean to his parents when he’s disturbed in a video game seems so groundless and petty doesn’t he? The fury he displays at throwing down and smashing his controller, is something that can transform him into anything he wants ho be.
This is an unordered list of my most relevant posts, I could edit this to put other related articles about the themed traits or related topics so readers know where to find their needed topics and articles with ease. You might find a lot of topics here that you might also find in other such categories, They’re not exclusive. You can ask me for as many posts as you like and share what is on your mind so I can put it on your screens.
The Grit category will host posts with topics close to Willpower, Perseverance and Character strength, Self-discipline and any topic I believe needs a little grit. Since I make the distinction solely on the basis of my own observation and experience. I will need your comments and suggestions all the time to go any further. Work with me people, It’ll be worth it. I promise.