There are things and circumstances in this world that we cannot control and it can lead to frustrations. Being frustrated can cause us to be angry, mad, irritable, uncomfortable, and any other unwanted emotions. But even though we might feel frustrated at times, we should still remember that we have the sole control of what we feel and/or our emotions. We must accept the things and experiences that made us feel frustrated. The awareness of being frustrated in any circumstances that we are facing or we may encounter in the future should make us realize that we need to pause and try to reflect to overcome frustrations. Everybody can be frustrated at times and this can often be the reason why we are sometimes taken off the track. Let us overcome this feeling and stay focus on our game. Stay tuned and enjoy!
Here are a few insights you’ll hear in today’s podcast show
- What is frustration?
- How would you know if you are feeling frustrated?
- A deeper understanding of frustrations and its relation to other emotions and feelings
- Causes of internal and external frustrations that we might experience or already experiencing
- The awareness of being frustrated in different situations or challenges
- Knowing that you have the sole control of your emotions and what you feel
“If you overcome frustrations, you open up your business for success. And if you can manage your frustrations and get over it quicker, the faster you can move forward in your business much faster.”
“Success is not built on success. It’s built on failure. It’s built on frustration. Sometimes it’s built on catastrophe. – Sumner Redstone
“Failure doesn’t mean it’s the end thing.”
‘When those outcomes don’t match where we want to be, frustrations build up or disappointments build up.”
“Frustration happens when you are probably going for the very thing that you want to happen.”
“The fastest way to get over your blindspots and the things you don’t see about yourself, your behaviors, and your activities that lead you to failure, is to get a coach, get a mentor, get somebody who can look at you and help you objectively.”
“The key is understanding how are you responding in the moment and becoming aware that you’re even frustrated .”
“Life inevitably has its ups and downs — its moments of relaxation and times of tension. When you learn to truly accept this reality, you come one step closer to being able to deal with frustration in a healthy way.” – Dr. Vincent Berger
“Rioting is a childish way of trying to be a man, but it takes time to rise out of the hell of hatred and frustration and accept that to be a man you don’t have to riot.” -Abraham Maslow
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