Story: How Deliberate Perseverance Can Help Build Mental Resilience (Podcast)
This a story of DELIBERATE PERSEVERANCE.
It is a story of a man was born in 1937. He was small in stature, struggled with a lisp which naturally lead to low self-esteem in the young man.
His father never made it past the third-grade. Nobody in his family had ever attended college. Against the opinions of most around him, the boy went to college and became a leader in his field despite many obstacles. In 1966, at the age of 28, this man was married, out of work, And his wife was expecting their third child.
His process and deliberate perseverance has become both legend and a great model for anyone who is struggling with their mental health.
This 5 minute podcast outlines his story and process for deliberate perseverance.
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