Mental Toughness is often described as a “can do” attitude; however, it is more than just an attitude it is also about “doing”
Mental Toughness is not just about self-belief, it’s not just believing that you have the ability to deal with and face up to what happens to you; it is also about knuckling down and tackling those difficult situations
Confidence & Control provides us with the belief in our self, and Challenge & Commitment provides us with the belief in our actions
Confidence & Control without Challenge & Commitment may well lead to self-assurance
Challenge & Commitment without Confidence & Control may well lead to reckless adventures
It is the combination of self-belief and external action that makes us mentally tough
I help people to develop their interpersonal skills, usually within a leadership or teamwork context. If you are looking to develop your leadership, I might be able to help. I’ve been doing this for 35 years; roughly three and half thousand days of seminars, workshops, conferences, coaching, offsites, etc. – put back-to-back that makes almost ten “full” years.