How to be an ultimate fighter from being a wimp?

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I like to be an understanding and supportive guy, but make no mistake, I expect everyone to toughen up as they get older. The tougher and earlier they change, the better. To lead a successful and happy life, one should throw away their inner wimp at the earliest possible stage they can. I appreciate your thoughtfulness to be an ultimate fighter. The reason stories of people who fought to get what they want are inspiring is because we, deep down, know that we could also do that.. So let’s get to the specifics.

Here are seven tips that can help you transform yourself into someone stronger and tougher:

#1 By spending time with people who are brave and have a positive outlook on life.

#2 Instead of having a single big dream, try to have short term goals and progressive dreams. Look forward to something good that you’ll have achieved, every week, rather than bemoaning that you haven’t hit some kind of multi-year or lifelong goal yet.

#3 Be strong and take charge of your life. We don’t just have physical muscles, but mental ones. Our brain can develop, through repetition, a tendency toward positivity and an aversion to victim attitudes. The more you actively try, the more automatic it becomes later.

#4 Don’t over think. Most wimpy thoughts come from thinking too much. Make a simple, rational, positive judgment on a situation and stick to it.

#5 Try to be an extrovert. It’s gotten popular for people to say that they are introverts in order to avoid certain tasks, such as networking, when in reality, that doesn’t mean they can’t be extroverted at least some of the time, when it counts.

#6 Take a lesson from every moment of your life.

#7 Don’t ever lose your focus. Life is not mapped out for you. You don’t know what exactly is going to happen. It’s a surprise. Get used to embracing surprises and stay focused not on what’s going to happen, but how you react to certain things. If I lose a client for some reason, I know I can get more. I just have to focus on it until I get one. So why would I fear that happening?

By understanding and practicing the above tips, you can overcome and defeat your wimpy nature. Being a motivational speaker and an online counselor, I can discuss a separate article on each of the tips stated above. If you need any clarification, please don’t hesitate to let me know.

Keep in mind, you are far from the only person who wants to become an ultimate fighter. After receiving multiple suggestions from my lifestyle blog readers around the world, I made an article: How to Never Wimp Out Again. That article carries more points for this question. Discussing all the elements from that post here can make this answer lengthy. You can also explore the Knowledge Base section on my website for answers to similar questions.

In conclusion, by developing self-confidence as if it were your new job, and bringing the tips above into your daily routine, you can transform from wimp to ultimate fighter.

Please feel free to reply if you have any questions.

Good Luck!

Thanks,

Cleo



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