Nov 24, 2022 • 25M

E64: Self-Help - Increase Your Mental Strength: Understand How to Measure Mental Toughness - Douglas Strycharczyk (Author)

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⚡️ Increase Your Mental Strength: Understand How to Measure Mental Toughness

Mental toughness is an often-discussed topic in the fields of sports, business, and life in general. It's a trait that many strive to develop in order to better navigate life's challenges. But how can we measure mental toughness? In this episode, we take a closer look at the different methods and factors that can be used to measure mental toughness. We explore how to use these measures to assess our own mental toughness and how to use them to help develop greater mental strength.

Doug Strycharczyk

Is the CEO of AQR International, which he founded in 1989 – now recognized as one of the most innovative global providers of resources and services for individual and organizational development. Doug has pioneered the application of the mental toughness concept to every sector where individuals face challenge or stressors. Together with Peter Clough and John Perry, he has been instrumental in developing the latest evolution of the mental toughness concept and the MTQPlus measure.

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