Confront Adversity and Learn From It

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Adversity is inevitable, but if you can face it head-on and vow to learn from it, you will emerge a stronger person. This is the focus of this Executive Edge. Consider turning adversity to your advantage. Stay focused on the goal that needs to be accomplished. Face adversity with a positive frame of mind. Ignore the fear of public failure and make the tough decisions. The adversity strengths that shine when you’re under pressure will help you every time you are challenged. It may seem counterintuitive, but there is proven reward if you can confront adversity and learn from it.

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