Wednesday Wellness: Persistence

by Jun 16, 2021

The week’s midpoint is a great time to take stock of how far you’ve come and where you’d like to go. You’ve already made it through so many new changes the past year plus has brought! You have the strength to persevere. As you do so, remember that actions speak louder than words. Every action you take will lead you closer to your workplace goals. So keep persisting–keep engaging in active steps towards your readjustment to our new circumstances rather than passively accepting what comes your way. Today’s Wednesday Wellness sayings will help you keep that approach in mind:

 

 

You truly have the strength to keep going, no matter the circumstances. That strength, a commitment to your goals, and your determination will help you persist through anything you encounter in your professional environment and beyond. Even when things get tough! Allow your choices to be steps in the right direction. Not only will you be able to keep going–you will succeed. And your employers and colleagues are sure to take notice. Visit us again tomorrow as we consider even more concrete tips and tricks for persisting in your workplace while encountering changing circumstances, and appreciating all of the opportunities to be encountered along the way.

 

Image retrieved from Pixabay under the public domain.

 

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