We often see frustration as the enemy, but focusing on the negative means we’re missing something significant.

We feel frustrated when we hit a plateau, fail to meet our goals or face ginormous obstacles. These are opportunities for reflection and adaptation. They signal that it’s time to reevaluate our methods, set new targets, or simply push through that frustration.

Celebrating frustration means acknowledging your commitment to getting better. It’s not the absence of frustration that leads to success but the way you respond to those frustrations.


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