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Why Resistance is Good

Posted By: Randy GageAugust 12, 2017

There is a foundation truth to growth, development and evolution.  It is a truth that underlies almost every aspect of your journey to illumination, and determines whether you succeed or fail. And that truth is this:

Your strength is determined by the resistance you are willing to face.

Strength comes from resistance.  This is true whether we’re talking about athletic training, your career, or other aspects of your life.  Because victory is born from failure.  Failure is never the final defeat unless you accept it as such.  But if you are committed to learning and growing from failure – from challenges, obstacles and things not always going the way you wish – you will emerge stronger, wiser and better.  In a superior position to achieve your goals and dreams.

So take a quick inventory…

If you haven’t had a major failure in your life, better get to it quickly. Because the people without a spectacular failure on their resume, are the ones leading lives of mediocrity.

People willing to face resistance – are ultimately the ones who accomplish bold, daring, and epic achievements.

Your next big breakthrough is out there - at the edge of your comfort zone.  Are you ready to chase it?

- RG

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7 comments on “Why Resistance is Good”

  1. .... mmmmm ... so.. I know I'm in the correct path. Many hard moments in my life I had faced....

    Thanks for the message..

    -GJ

  2. Thank you for your post.. I am currently going through an tough situation. Your post encourage me to rise and step up.

    1. I agree with decimate your post to a point. Obviously, learning from failure can make you stronger and wiser, but continual failure can be decimating. After a certain point, failure breeds failure and success breeds success. Look at any professional sports team. I have had several well-to-do friends become absolutely crushed from the economic downturn that started in late 2007. They are trying to dig out of the dark hole that ensued but most of them have not been able to do it.

  3. Great post!! Very motivational and resonates with my thought process. I have seen failures, felt miserable but I'm resilient and I have always bounced back!!

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  • 7 comments on “Why Resistance is Good”

    1. .... mmmmm ... so.. I know I'm in the correct path. Many hard moments in my life I had faced....

      Thanks for the message..

      -GJ

    2. Thank you for your post.. I am currently going through an tough situation. Your post encourage me to rise and step up.

      1. I agree with decimate your post to a point. Obviously, learning from failure can make you stronger and wiser, but continual failure can be decimating. After a certain point, failure breeds failure and success breeds success. Look at any professional sports team. I have had several well-to-do friends become absolutely crushed from the economic downturn that started in late 2007. They are trying to dig out of the dark hole that ensued but most of them have not been able to do it.

    3. Great post!! Very motivational and resonates with my thought process. I have seen failures, felt miserable but I'm resilient and I have always bounced back!!

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