By Stephanie Ciccarelli
July 16, 2012
Would you consider yourself to be someone who is strong-willed?
People who exhibit strong-willed behaviors are typically more creative, stand by their convictions and assume roles of leadership.
Strong-willed children grow up to be strong-willed adults and many of these folks tend to go down the entrepreneurial path and start their own businesses.
Does that sound like you?
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I happened to hear an interview with author Cynthia Tobias on the radio. Tobias is the author of many books including "You Can't Make Me, 'But I Can Be Persuaded,'" a book that teaches parents how to communicate and interact with their strong-willed child(ren).
à¹ is not easily daunted or discouraged
à¹ holds firm convictions
à¹ doesn't often accept defeat
à¹ is fiercely loyal
à¹ is determined to succeed
à¹ is often extraordinarily devoted to accomplishing goals
Perhaps you know someone who fits this description! If you'd like to read more about this or take a quiz to see if you fall into this category, visit this page:
Having a strong will can certainly help you persevere in the face of adversity. You may have a strong will naturally or by developing a strong will by drawing upon sources of strength to achieve your goals.
Be sure to comment and let me know!
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