Saturday, January 14, 2012

Video: Tenacity in Pursuit of Goals

By Diana Hsieh

In Sunday's Philosophy in Action Webcast, I discussed tenacity in pursuit of goals... something that people often need when eating paleo or pursuing other health goals! The question was:

How can I become more tenacious in pursuit of my goals? I find that I give up too easily on some of my goals, particularly when success is far away and much effort is required now. What can I do to make myself more tenacious?
My answer, in brief:
Tenacity is an important quality of character to cultivate, but it must be used selectively. If tenacity is a problem for you, don't wallow in guilt: find creative ways to motivate yourself.
Here's the video of my full answer:
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