Grit and Resilience

Dad Edge Tactical Agenda: The Grit and Resilience Toolkit

Being a man and a father means being the leader of our families, finances, and businesses or careers. We are in constant demand and spend much of our time putting fires out.

How can we develop grit and resilience so that everyday problems and insecurities don’t get in the way of creating a life of fulfillment?

What few of us realize is that grit and resilience can be practiced and learned. With hard work, we can toughen our minds and use adversity to grow.

Today we give you a sneak peek into one of our private call teams called the Dad Edge Monthly Tactical Agenda. We discuss a 5 week toolkit that will help you kick butt and take action in your life!

“When a man is pushed, tormented, defeated, he has a chance to learn something.”― Ralph Waldo Emerson

In this short episode, you will learn how to:

  1. Identify the lies you tell yourself
  2. Develop your own creed
  3. Starve fear and feed courage
  4. Celebrate wins
  5. Get comfortable with being uncomfortable

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  1. Goggins book, can’t hurt me, super good read. Thanks guys for your help in my growth as a man, husband and Dad. It is hard. That’s why we need each other to push us to keep going. Thanks again you guys are awesome.

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