When faced with adversity adopting this mindset indeed helps

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Adopted from the following great insight shared by Jim Collins from the book Great by Choice

Accomplishing a 20 Mile March, consistently, in good times and bad, builds confidence. Tangible achievement in the face of adversity reinforces the 10X perspective: we are ultimately responsible for improving performance. We never blame circumstance; we never blame the environment.

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